Britain’s youth are “sleepwalking” into a major health crisis, a powerful coalition of chefs, restauranteurs and health experts have explained in a letter to the Daily Telegraph. The letter, sent to the newspaper at the start of February, explains how a lack of basic nutrition and cooking education in primary schools is stirring up serious social and economic problems.
On the 14th February each year, romantics across the Western world send Valentine’s cards, presents and share experiences together. But is Valentine’s Day just another Hallmark-invented excuse to help sell more heart-shaped chocolates? Is there any real romantic meaning behind Valentine’s Day? Continue reading
Last week was our first birthday!
Yep, we’ve been going just one year – and what a year it has been…
We’ve gone from 3 of us, packing just a few boxes in Patrick’s living room, to having hundreds of regular and happy customers. Continue reading
Another new year emerges with new ideas, events and appetites to explore. But do we really change our eating habits year by year? Let’s see how 2012 trends compare to the predicted trends of 2013. Continue reading
With a fresh new year fast approaching we thought it appropriate to talk New Year’s resolutions, or as we call them, fresh starts.
We’ve asked some of the Hello Fresh team to find out what they most want to achieve next year – whether or not they succeed, well, we’ll have to wait and see!
Here are five of the most interesting fresh start plans from our team, but what are yours? Continue reading
When there’s so many of you eating, as there often is at Christmas, it is hard to plan exact portions.
The Hello Fresh Christmas Box
Our Hello Fresh Christmas box has been specially put together to feed either 4-6 or 6-8 people, but even then there are likely to be some leftovers.
That is why we have included some great recipe cards with ideas for using up all the tasty food. Continue reading
Christmas dinner is one of the biggest and most special meals of the year. It is a chance to enjoy a wonderful feast with family and loved ones, but it hasn’t always been turkey and roast potatoes that families were tucking in to. The Christmas dinner as we know and love it today has evolved over hundreds of years, changing veggies and meats over time. So what at the origins of the traditional Christmas roast? Continue reading