Home Tags Food

Tag: food

Foodborne Illnesses

5 Ways You Can Prevent Foodborne Illnesses at Home

Food and drink intake fundamentally maintains and nurtures your body. However, it is also the most dominant cause of illnesses. How can you prevent them?

5 Tips to Better Wash Veggies and Fruities: Advice and Precautions

Store bought veggies and fruits are safe to a certain extent. However, the possibility of bacteria and remaining pesticides are still there, enough for us to be concerned. here is a few things that we should all keep in mind when it comes to handling vegetables and fruits prior to consumption.

World Food Waste: An Infographic Guide to Global Food Waste

Infographic research conducted by UK kitchen retailer, Magnet, sharing crucial details upon the state of world food wastage by major food consumption countries from around the world.
kitchen food

How to Stock Your Kitchen with Eco-Friendly Foods

Food scarcity and the toll it takes on the environment is no longer simply a challenge for developing countries; today, the world is confronted with a pressing problem of producing more food for our...
health benefits of herbs banner

The Health Benefits of Herbs [Infographic]

Herbs offer more than just flavour to your favourite dishes — they also feature a host of health benefits.Check out the infographic below from Fairmont to learn more about how herbs are a key...

How to Grow an Avocado Tree from a Seed [Infographic]

Whether you're spreading it on toast, mashing it for some guacamole, or even using it to make some healthy pancakes, avocados are a staple in many of our favourite snacks.And that's why having ripe avocado ready to...
beef dish on platter

Help the Environment Just By Cutting Out this One Thing From Your Diet!

The average American eats 40% percent less beef now than they did in the peak consumption in 1976.However, in 1976 the population of the U.S. was only 218 million. Today, it stands at 317...
public transportation

We’re All Environmentalists – When It Costs Money

Just how much of an environmentalist you are might depend on how much it costs you to not think green.Sure you use your office’s blue boxes for recycling paper at work, and you probably...

Seeds in the City: Urban Orchards Sprout Up in Canada

Canada’s Greenest City has gone fruity – creating the country’s first urban orchard and one that is being touted as the largest of its kind on the continent.Growing fruit in city spaces, while innovative...

School Day Tips: Packing a “Green” Lunch

Do you send your child off to school with a home-made lunch? Follow these tips to make the process as “green” as possible.