We have voted for Max MacGillivray and make sure you all do as well please! 🙂We are very excited to announce that Max MacGillivray has been shortlisted for the UK Food Hero Award 2017 for the fabulous work he has been doing with The Great Fruit & Veg Adventure
He went from London to Cape Town a year ago on a Triumph motorbike stopping at fruit and veg producers, photographing and filming his exploits along the way which has seen him undertake a series of school visits and a billing at The BBC's Carfest North and South - to great acclaim.
Max is passionate about educating children about fresh produce, where it comes from and increasing fresh produce sales. He is on a mission to keep The Great Fruit and Veg Adventure initiative alive, and make a difference.
Please vote for Max and The Great Fruit & Veg Adventure as your Food Hero 2017. Thank You! ... See MoreSee Less
We just love this amazing kid!
Harrison Wright was told by school nurses he was obese, but he turned his life around through diet and exercise documenting his journey on social media.
He now inspires other children, creating healthy packed lunches and working with caterers at his school to make sure others are eating healthily.
CLICK TO VIEW HIS AMAZING STORY & CHECK OUT WHAT IS MAKING HIM FIT....FRESH PRODUCE AND EXERCISE! 😋😋
We are currently representing one of the best known and strategic "players" in the international fresh produce sectors...who is looking for one more Non-Exec/Advisory role to add to his portfolio. If you are looking for such an individual for your business to accelerate your growth, please DM Max MacGillivray direct on email@example.com 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
Well done Tesco 🙂 It has announced it will start selling green satsumas and clementines, as part of plans to cut food waste.
The supermarket chain says the green oranges are "perfectly ripe" and will be as sweet as orange-coloured ones.
Higher early season temperatures in Spain have slowed down the natural process by which the skin of the fruit turns orange.