Category Archives: Food

SALFOOD awarded Bronze Food for Life Catering Mark

SALFOOD achieves Bronze Food for Life Catering Mark for serving fresh and healthy meals in Allerton and Maxwell Restaurants. SALFOOD has achieved the Soil Association’s Bronze Food for Life Catering Mark, for serving fresh meals that meet nutritional guidelines. More

SALFOOD awarded Bronze Food for Life Catering Mark

SALFOOD achieves Bronze Food for Life Catering Mark for serving fresh and healthy meals in Allerton and Maxwell Restaurants. SALFOOD has achieved the Soil Association’s Bronze Food for Life Catering Mark, for serving fresh meals that meet nutritional guidelines. More

We Sat Down to Stand Up for Farmers and #Fairtrade!

The thin months, the months of the big stomach, the times of silence – these are just some of the ways the farmers behind our breakfast describe the times of the year when they struggle to feed themselves and their

We Sat Down to Stand Up for Farmers and #Fairtrade!

The thin months, the months of the big stomach, the times of silence – these are just some of the ways the farmers behind our breakfast describe the times of the year when they struggle to feed themselves and their

USSU builds on past achievements to gain a Green Impact award

This year, we’ve been delighted to work with the University of Salford Students’ Union. They’ve helped us with hosting events, promoting Green Impact and connecting with students. In addition, they have completed the University of Salford bronze award criteria in

USSU builds on past achievements to gain a Green Impact award

This year, we’ve been delighted to work with the University of Salford Students’ Union. They’ve helped us with hosting events, promoting Green Impact and connecting with students. In addition, they have completed the University of Salford bronze award criteria in

Composting in your staff kitchen is easy!

The Green Crescent (Crescent House Green Impact team) are now turning their teabags and banana skins into compost to feed the university gardens, reducing the need to buy in compost and thus reducing financial and carbon costs. It’s very easy:

Composting in your staff kitchen is easy!

The Green Crescent (Crescent House Green Impact team) are now turning their teabags and banana skins into compost to feed the university gardens, reducing the need to buy in compost and thus reducing financial and carbon costs. It’s very easy:

Fairtrade Fortnight: it started with a bang(ana)

Fairtrade Fortnight was marked by events all over Manchester. Unfair football matches were rigged for players to experience the un-level playing field, Ghanaian cocoa growers met audiences around the city and Manchester Art Gallery hosted a banana grower from Colombia.

Fairtrade Fortnight: it started with a bang(ana)

Fairtrade Fortnight was marked by events all over Manchester. Unfair football matches were rigged for players to experience the un-level playing field, Ghanaian cocoa growers met audiences around the city and Manchester Art Gallery hosted a banana grower from Colombia.

Greening your Impact this Christmas (and an update!)

Green Impact is in full swing, and we’re nearly at the *final deadline* for teams to sign up (18th December), so to be in for a chance of winning an award for your office (and making it cosier as well

Greening your Impact this Christmas (and an update!)

Green Impact is in full swing, and we’re nearly at the *final deadline* for teams to sign up (18th December), so to be in for a chance of winning an award for your office (and making it cosier as well

Edible University

We are excited to be launching our latest project, Edible University! After receiving £1,000 from the University’s annual fund (thank you alumni, friends and staff of the University) we are setting up our very own food growing scheme, free and

Edible University

We are excited to be launching our latest project, Edible University! After receiving £1,000 from the University’s annual fund (thank you alumni, friends and staff of the University) we are setting up our very own food growing scheme, free and

Student Masterchef

Up and Coming Events

I hope that you have had a good summer and enjoying the start of term. Have a look below at some of the exciting stuff we have going on this semester.   17th Octoberis our annual Wallness Lane clean up.

Student Masterchef

Up and Coming Events

I hope that you have had a good summer and enjoying the start of term. Have a look below at some of the exciting stuff we have going on this semester.   17th Octoberis our annual Wallness Lane clean up.

Fairtrade Review 2012

Thank you to everyone who took part in our Fairtrade Fortnight events this year, 27th February to 11th March. We had a lot of fun holding the events and we hope you had as much fun attending! The University has

Fairtrade Review 2012

Thank you to everyone who took part in our Fairtrade Fortnight events this year, 27th February to 11th March. We had a lot of fun holding the events and we hope you had as much fun attending! The University has

It’s Fairtrade Fortnight 2012!

The University is inviting all its staff and students to come and help it celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight. The University has held its Fairtrade University status since January 2011 which means that it does and will continue to buy and support

It’s Fairtrade Fortnight 2012!

The University is inviting all its staff and students to come and help it celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight. The University has held its Fairtrade University status since January 2011 which means that it does and will continue to buy and support