Walter Menzies examines the vibrant history of the Northern Quarter, a hub of alternative and bohemian culture, in an extract from his book Changing Places in England's North West.
The Real Junk Food Project Manchester is up for best food and drink pop-up of the year in the Manchester Food and Drink Festival awards!
'How could the referendum result affect the way our food is produced and traded?' was the focus of a recent meeting organised by the Kindling Trust and the Food Ethics Council in Manchester.
The Real Junk Food Project's Corin Bell is on the look-out for a creative genius to head up the kitchen at Manchester's first waste-food, pay-as-you-feel restaurant.
Abigail Kemp hears proposals from key stakeholders on tackling the problem of household waste.
Calling all food waste warriors! This month, Real Junk Food Project Manchester is hosting the city’s premiere screening of the award winning documentary ‘Just Eat It – A Food Waste Story’ - and you're invited...
A new report examines health inequalities in deprived communities across Greater Manchester.
Lucy Danger chats to Clare Wiley about tackling food waste and why compromise can be crucial for successful collaborations.
Daniel Welch reports on an event held by The Sustainable Consumption Institute to mark the conclusion of its research project, 'Households, Retailers and Food Waste Transitions.'
Charlotte Spring reports from Manchester’s debut Disco Soup - a family "feastival" aiming to prevent food waste through shared skills and supper.