New research by the CSIRO has demonstrated the efficiency of grain and grass fed beef production in Australia. Australian cattle graze on grass and other foodstuffs often not suitable for agrculture and are efficient upcyclers.Central in the battle for consumers hearts and minds has been the alternative meats narrative that beef production is unsustainable, and bad for the planet.The CSIRO's landmark benchmarking report dismisses this claim.As diners decome ever more concerned about where the ingredients for their meals are sourced, and their impact on the planet, restaurants can be empowered to market their providence confidently.
Flashfood works with supermarkets to sell groceries that are approaching their sell by date at steep discounts. This is enabled via an app that locates stores and identifies the specific foods that are available. The foods, like produce and meat, are fresh and perfectly good to eat. This cuts food waste (a greenhouse gas producer in landfills), adds revenue for stores, and saves shoppers money.
Hotly debated in dedicated Facebook and Instagram groups, amongst self-appointed schooner carrying experts, the art of carrying 4-schooners has long been pursued by the small-handed living amongst us.Trays, they say, are simply not an option.Some chosen, prodigiously metacarpalled few enjoy this heady and rarified skill, alone.Until now.In a laudable effort to democratise the schooner carrying world, Ogilvy Sydney, in partnership with Merivale and Lion, has solved one of the truly significant problems in the world.Introducing the Super-schooner.A set of 4 schooner sized glasses that fit neatly together into one super schooner.You're welcome
Claire and her friend Natalie went to dinner after a show in London. It was Natalie's birthday, but she had never seen a Happy Birthday message written in chocolate the way that so many people have seen.She was blind.But the chef, from Luciano's, who had no advance warning of their arrival or need, did something extraordinary.Happy Birthday was written in Braille, the chocolate set hard, so Natalie could read the words like never before.An incredible effort of inclusion that personifies the art of hospitality.