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Recipe of the month: Smoky Sausage and Mushroom Goulash

Smoky Sausage and Mushroom Goulash This recipe is a real one-pot wonder, easy-to-make and absolutely delicious. Enjoy! 60 g oil650 g onions (thinly sliced)500 g mushrooms (sliced)15 g sweet smoked…

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School Plates September update

As the new school term begins, School Plates has got lots of exciting news and updates to share with you. We've had a busy summer forming new partnerships and collaborations  Increasing partnerships This has been…

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Recipe of the month: Sri Lankan Sweet Potato and Coconut Curry

  Sri Lankan Sweet Potato and Coconut Curry This fresh and healthy recipe is not only incredibly tasty, but also has a very low carbon footprint! It produces just 0.28kg of CO2 emission. 4…

Recipe of the month: Spiced cauliflower tacos, chipotle hummus and mango salsa

  Roast, spiced cauliflower tacos, chipotle hummus and mango salsa These Tacos are not only delicious, fun to assemble and nutritional powerhouses, but they also lend themselves to the substitution…

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10 easy plant-based swaps for school meals

These days you can easily find a plant-based alternative to just about every animal product you can think of. In terms of school menus, this means that children don’t have to sacrifice the meal that they love for…

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BREAKING: School children set for healthier future following National Food Strategy

School children are set to be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the much-anticipated Part 2 of the National Food Strategy, according to ProVeg UK, a non-profit organisation working to make school food healthier…

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School Plates: The story so far

We've come a long way in the three years since School Plates launched, so we thought we'd give you some history as to how and why School Plates was created, where we are now, and where we're headed.   Finding…

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A well-planned plant-based diet is healthy for children of all ages

We were treated to another sensationalist article from the Daily Mail last week, this time claiming that ‘vegan children are 1.2 inches shorter than their non-vegan peers’. The article, based on a study by UCL…

Great news for the plant-based sector: Europe rejects ‘plant-based dairy censorship’

In a victory for common sense, the plant-based community, and the future of the planet, the EU’s  proposed ‘plant-based dairy censorship’ has been defeated. The European Parliament, the European Council, and the…

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Five expert tips for driving plant-based change in schools

Most of us recognise that we need to eat less meat and dairy for the planet. For years now, we’ve seen the UN, the world’s leading academic institutions, and environmental organisations all calling for a shift away…

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UK public sector embraces plant-based change

A recently released report has found that 80% of public sector caterers are committed to meat reducing and increasing plant proteins in their menus. Eating Better and PSC100 group surveyed around 90 caterers…

International School Meals Day: ProVeg UK’s School Plates programme goes from strength to strength in the face of the the pandemic

Today, 11 March, is International School Meals Day. ProVeg UK’s School Plates programme works with school catering teams in the UK to increase the availability of plant-based school meals and provide healthier and…

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