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Eight steps to zero waste: reducing processed food and drink

In the fourth installment of his column on living waste-free, chef Tom Hunt talks making your own soft drinks

Eight steps to zero waste: cutting down on plastic packaging

Sustainable food evangelist, writer and chef Tom Hunt tells you how to go waste-free in your own home

Watch: Behind the scenes at Simplicity Burger on Brick Lane

Fermentation, wonky veg and a zero waste ethos make Neil Rankin's latest venture different to the other burger joints in London. Oh, and it's vegan, too. Come for a sneak peak around the kitchen

Eight steps to zero waste: bulk-buying and co-ops

In the third installment of his column on living waste-free, chef Tom Hunt tackles bulk-buying through co-ops

A guide to London's zero-waste restaurants

Thoughtful restaurants going to every length possible to ensure the least amount of waste

Eight steps to zero food waste: cooking without recipes

In the latest instalment of Tom Hunt's handy guide to waste-free living, he takes on cooking without recipes

Douglas McMaster on sustainability, St. John and his London revival of Silo

After five years in Brighton, Douglas McMaster is moving Silo – claimed to be the first zero-waste restaurant in the UK – to a space above a brewery in Hackney Wick. He tells us about his plans for the restaurant and sustainable eating

Eight steps to zero waste: buying from local markets

Tom Hunt explains how to make the most of local markets, bulk-buy stores and health food shops to reduce food waste

Thomasina Miers' Wahaca restaurant group goes carbon-neutral

There's now even more reason to love Wahaca's market-style Mexican food – it's become the first restaurant group in the UK to be certified carbon-neutral

WastED London: Foodism 100 winner 2018

Meet WastED London, the zero waste pop-up from Dan Barber which took over the Selfridges rooftop last summer. It won Best Pop-Up or Residency, sponsored by Berry Bros & Rudd, at the Foodism 100 awards