Wicked Leeks: Coronavirus Special
Wicked Leeks issue 3 is out now, covering the impact of coronavirus on food, farming and changing habits, plus opinions, interviews and the best seasonal recipes.Read now
Choose food that hasn't flown.
Riverford organic veg boxes are delivered directly to your door. Choose your box now.Go to Riverford
Building Britain's 'Land Army'
What do British workers really think of farm work? And will European labour always be needed to help pick our produce? Wicked Leeks finds out.Watch now
Bake a celeriac or turn kale into pesto: Veg Hacks unlock the mystery of vegetables.Explore
Getting into a pickle
Fermenting and pickling are the perfect ways to preserve the last of this year's harvest - read our chef's tips for fermented green tomatoes, chutneys and more.Read more
- Animal welfare
- Ethical business
Sirloin, rib-eye or retired?
Meet the farmer selling meat from retired dairy cows to apply organic ethics to end of life and pioneer an alternative to the short life-cycle dairy industry.
By Anna Turns - 18th September 2020
- Climate change
Why organic farming can slow climate change
Using no synthetic nitrogen fertilisers and storing more carbon in healthy soils are some of the ways organic farms help mitigate climate change.
By Louisa Pharoah - 6th September 2020
Organic September: ‘Nature has the answer’
Annual celebration of all things organic aims to show how working with nature through organic systems can help slow climate change and wildlife declines.
By Nina Pullman - 31st August 2020