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With the increase of information available to us about the impact of eating meat on our health and the environment, the emergence of vegetarian and vegan challenges and events has also increased. One of the most famous of these challenges comes from the Meat Free Monday...

Lacto-ovo A person who chooses to eat eggs and dairy products. Ovo means eggs and "lacto" means dairy. Lacto A person who eats only dairy products. Lacto-vegetarians do not eat meat, chicken, fish or eggs. Vegan A person who follows a strict vegetarian diet, avoiding any animal, milk, cheese, eggs,...

Going meat free or cutting down your meat intake can significantly benefit the world around you! Here are a few facts on the effects of the growing meat industry on our planet: More than half of the planet’s global greenhouse-gas emissions are caused by animal agriculture!...

HIT SCHOLARSHIP Apart from a trophy and title, Maria Millar, Scottish School Cook of The Year, has also been awarded a HIT Scotland scholarship. For the past three years HIT Scotland has offered a scholarship to the Scottish School Cook of The Year. Since 1994, Hospitality Industry Trust...

The Schools (Health Promotion and Nutrition) Act in Scotland aims to allow school caterers to create well-balanced and nutritious meals for school lunches over a weekly menu. In accordance with the act menus have to be created under statutory guidance, unlike across the border in England...