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Welcome to our online newsletter featuring True Foodie news, events and articles. This month the focus is on local. We cover the veg crisis, the health benefits of cabbages with two delicious recipes and an invite to our members' day out to Green Shoots.
“..Of cabbages and kings”! A line from The Walrus and the Carpenter – one of my favourites in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. A very appropriate line, as the very hardy January King cabbages are still available at True Food.
At True Food we always price our food honestly, and that is why you may have noticed that the price of broccoli and some other imported vegetables went through the roof a few weeks ago.
Come and join us for a fun day out at Green Shoots, a five acre plant nursery just north of Sonning Common. Sunday 7 May 2017 10am - 3.30pm.
One of True Food's most important principles is that we source as much local food as possible.
Katarina Hutton describes her School's work experience at True Food.
One of the great things about volunteering is that it allows people to use their skills to benefit the community as a whole. Sometimes people shy away from helping out as they don't feel they have any special skills to offer, but at True Food there is a role for you, whatever
Our volunteer contributor, Charlotte Hawkins, offers thanks to True Food for its unbelievable range of organic food and household products, its values and minimal social and environmental impact. We may not be able to change the world in 2017, but together we can make a difference.
All co-operatives work on the basis that their members share common principles and enjoy the same benefits. The aim is that by joining together, more can be achieved than with individuals acting alone.