Tag Archives: Soil Association Blog

Why soils matter in the general election

What has soil got to do with the forthcoming general election? Quiet a lot writes Anna Louise (aka Porridge Lady) in her new blog post for the Soil Association. Continue reading

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Values, Spending Power & Supporting Local Traders; my post on the Fox & Monkey site

Last week I wrote for the Soil Association blog on the welfare of chickens within the British agricultural system. My post got picked up by an organisation called ‘Fox + Monkey’ as part of a piece they posted on the … Continue reading

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Do you know where your chicken comes from? My new post for the Soil Association blog

Do you know where your chicken comes from? Anna Louise’s (aka Porridge Lady) new post for the Soil Association blog investigates the animal welfare behind the UK chicken industry and you can read more here… Continue reading

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Cherry picking organic

Porridge Lady’s new post for the Soil Association blog has just gone on-line and for it Anna is ‘Cherry Picking Organic’ Continue reading

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Organic September needs a recipe for success!

As ‘Organic September’ approaches Porridge Lady is busy writing recipes but when it comes to getting hold of wholesome, healthy and sustainable organic ingredients for these recipes, the supermarkets are letting here down! Read more in this new post… Continue reading

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Marketing the future: How independent retailers are growing the organic sector

Independent shops lead the way! In this post Anna Louise (aka Porridge Lady) talks on how independent shops are leading the way providing sustainable food across the country. Continue reading

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The #Felfie; farmers are taking over Twitter!

Anna’s January post for the Soil Association blog is all about the #Felfie? Just what is a ‘felfie’ and just what are farmers getting up to? Find out more in this new post. Continue reading

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Board but never boring, my new post for the Soil Association

In this new post Anna Louise (aka Porridge Lady) talks about her role on the Soil Association Standards Board, which may be a board, but its never boring! Continue reading

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Pros and Cons – How We Use Twitter

Anna Louise has been blogging for the Soil Association on social media. As an advocate she encourages small organic business to join in the social media conversation. Continue reading

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Scandinavia comes to the True Food Community Co-op; my latest post for the Soil Association blog

Anna Louise’s new post for the Soil Association has just gone on-line and this month is all about when Scandinavia came to Reading. Continue reading

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