Tag Archives: Food

Planting ‘Forest Gardens’ Can Promote a More Sustainable Food System

A process known as “succession” occurs when one plant species replaces another.1 As explained in the National Geographic short film featured above, when an area is left to its own devices, it will naturally turn into a forest over time, replete with a wide variety of plant species, and this diversification occurs unaided by man.… Read More »

Eight food businesses were issued with enforcement orders by the FSAI last month

Eight food businesses were issued with enforcement orders by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland last month. The monthly review was released by the FSAI on Friday evening. The eight businesses are dotted around the country. They are: Red Chilli (Take Away), Main Street, Maynooth, Kildare Apache Pizza & Curry House, Unit 2 Johnstown Road, Enfield,… Read More »

'I was told I had cancer months before our wedding – primary school teacher (51) thought she had a food intolerance before diagnosis

Elizabeth Morgan at her home in Rathfarnham, Dublin. Photo: Caroline Quinn ‘I was told I had cancer months before our wedding – primary school teacher (51) thought she had a food intolerance before diagnosis Independent.ie Today is World Cancer Day – an international day to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection,… Read More »