Interviews and features

Best in show

Best in show

One of Europe's flagship veggie lifestyle shows returns to London this month, as we take a look at what to expect from the plant-based food and drink extravaganza. Read more »

Interview with Neil Robinson

Interview with Neil Robinson

Lindsey Harrad talks to former professional footballer Neil Robinson, who credits a meat- and dairy-free diet with giving him a competitive edge. Read more »

Tunnelvision

Tunnelvision

A food revolution is happening in London, growing healthy, sustainable and carbon-free produce. Kelly Rose Bradford meets the founders of Zero Carbon Food, whose innovative enterprise is proving good for the planet, good for London and good for you. Read more »

Q&A with Max McMurdo

Q&A with Max McMurdo

Furniture designer and entrepreneur Max McMurdo talks Dragons, tips for upcycling, Kirstie Allsop and more... Read more »

The Eco-Chef

The Eco-Chef

Many chefs claim to support seasonal cooking and sustainability in their kitchens, but Tom Hunt is the real deal. The acclaimed restaurateur tells Lindsey Harrad how the issue of food waste gave his career a new direction. Read more »

Veggie nirvana

Veggie nirvana

Last summer, festival newcomer V Delicious created a buzz with its gastronomic and culinary offerings. Vegetarian Living reveals what to expect from this year's three-day fiesta. Read more »

Moral Fibres

Moral Fibres

Lindsey Harrad chats to eco-lifestyle blogger Wendy Graham, who is proving that sustainable living is hip, not hippie. Read more »

The Ethical Wedding

The Ethical Wedding

Our tips for a vegetarian, vegan and ethical wedding. Read more »

A walk on the wild side

A walk on the wild side

Sara Niven Smith talks to two women who are serious when it comes to the importance of getting youngsters reconnecting with nature in the great outdoors. Read more »

Hop on board!

Hop on board!

It started with a group of guerrilla gardeners, trying to brighten up land along a particular bus route in South London. Now the Edible Bus Stop project has grown, and two community gardens have emerged, with the support of local volunteers and the council, as Dawn Francis-Pester discovers. Read more »