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Buying better meat for animal welfare

Talulah Gaunt of Compassion in World Farming explains how to choose ‘better’ for animal welfare.

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Top ten cookbooks for eating better

Sometimes we all need some inspiration and a little guidance on how to eat better. With Christmas gifts in mind, we share our top 10 cookbooks for delicious plant-based eating with less and better meat.
Veggie BBQ

How to enjoy an Eating Better BBQ

Summer is synonymous with dining al fresco, and that often means a barbecue. But if you’re trying to cut back on meat, how can you still enjoy the outdoor grilling experience? We offer our tips for you and your guests to enjoy.

Eating Better supports World Meat Free Day

Take one small step for our planet, and go meat-free on Monday 15th June

Eating Better is supporting World Meat Free Day on Monday 15th June to raise awareness of the benefits of eating less meat with a simple pledge which could have a big positive impact on the planet.

What’s in a name? Are you a Flexitarian or a Part-Time Carnivore?

If you’re trying to eat less and better meat, how would you describe your dietary choices? You’re not vegetarian, and ‘flexitarian’ can confuse people. Are you a reducetarian? We asked Pete Davis of Part-Time Carnivore to steer a course through the terminology.  Why has he chosen his own description for the way he eats?

Meat-filled sandwiches leave consumers hamstrung for a healthy planet-friendly lunch

Eating Better’s snapshot survey of over 600 sandwiches finds consumers trying to go meat-free at lunchtime will struggle to find a choice of sandwiches that fits the bill.

Slow Meat: Eating Less, But Better

Shane Holland of Slow Food London is taking up the Eating Better Challenge for 2015.  Read about his plans to put this into practice.
Why not swap chicken for tofu?

Take the Eating Better Challenge this year

Eating Better is encouraging families to take the Eating Better Challenge this January – and throughout the year - and enjoy tasty, affordable and healthy meals by incorporating more plant-based foods and less meat into their daily dinners.

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