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Publication The Age Epicure, Sunday Morning Herald and Canberra Times
Date April 4, 2016
About Give a Fork! campaign featured – We all know there’s a lot we could and should be doing to be more sustainable eaters, but it’s hard to know what really makes a difference and it can be overwhelming to sift through the flood of information. Let’s not be hamstrung.
Publication Pickles Mag
Date April 14, 2016
About For a long time there’s been a stigma attached to ‘being green’; it’s an image that’s been hard to shake. But Cassie Duncan of Sustainable Table has actually done it. Along with business buddy Maria, she has managed to get the word of environmentalism out in a way that relates to everyone. And boy is it catching on!
Publication I Quit Sugar
Date April 19, 2016
About Pop quiz! Who do you think are the biggest foods wasters on the planet? If you guessed farmers or Big Food, you’d be wrong… The worst offenders are us, consumers. Indeed, we toss out 50 per cent of our groceries every week! That’s why this month Sarah got involved in the Give a Fork! campaign, and shone the spotlight on some sustainability issues that are close to her dinner plate.
Publication Dumbo Feather
Date 7 April, 2016
About Give a Fork month has kicked off at Sustainable Table, so to coincide I thought I’d share my best and quirkiest waste-eliminating hacks. First up, a quick run-down on the Give a Fork campaign. It is designed to start a national conversation about the issues within our food system, and to give environmentalism a bit of a face lift. We want to show the world that you don’t have to quit your day job to have a positive impact on the environment…
Publication InDaily – Adelaide’s Independent News
Date April 20, 2016
About Leftover lime peel, parmesan rind and beetroot leaves are just some of the throw-away foods finding their way into dishes in Adelaide restaurants as part of this month’s Sustainable Table challenge.
Publication GRAM Magazine
Date April 6, 2016
About Sustainable Table’s Give a Fork! campaign, reaches out to the heartstrings, and asks Australians to give a fork about food. Some of Melbourne’s best cafes and restaurants have jumped on board to participate in the cause, to say; Hey, we get it, we all get hangry—but this isn’t about going without. This is about demonstrating how easy it is to give a fork.
Publication Slow Magazine
Date March 2, 2016
About A young and innovative not-for-profit organisation is vowing to ‘bring the sexy back’ into environmentalism and efforts to curb climate change. Sustainable Table is asking Aussies to Give a Fork! this April – an initiative aimed at starting a collective conversation about how much we really know about the food we eat.
Publication The Village
Date April 26, 2016
About Last month I had the pleasure of sharing a cup of tea with Sustainable Table Co-founder and General Manager, Cassie Duncan, and learning why she is passionate about empowering consumers to support healthy, sustainable food production.
Publication Geelong Advertiser
Date April, 2016
About Little Green Corner chef Chris Welsh shares some tantalising dishes that can be made at home. This month the Little Ryrie St restaurant is celebrating “Give a Fork”, an initiative by not-for-profit organisation Sustainable Table.
Date March 16, 2012
Writer Hannah Colman