The growing awareness of the damage plastics do to our environment, animals and our health is stirring conversation about plastic pollution in Barbados, yet, unfortunately, we still have a very long way to go to beat our addiction to plastic in the island. Slow Food Barbados is committed to the
As we continue to raise awareness on plastic pollution and the effects it has on the environment, our bodies and the food that we eat, we thought we would share this guide on different types of plastics, brought to you by Polychem. Not only does this help you identify the
Another month, and another set of fruits in season! Check out our list to see if your favourite is here and if not, be sure to try a new fruit…you just may like it! 😉
February is considered by many to be the ‘Month of Love’ – which means that all fruit fans will love what’s in season this month! Be sure to share with your fellow loved ones and as always we hope you enjoy! 🙂
What is your name? My name is Paula Manning. What do you do, and where? I am Marketing Director for Caribbean Treats Inc. What do you produce? Caribbean Treats produces over 40 products consisting of pepper sauces, jams, syrups, chutneys, seasoning marinades, breakfast syrups and fruit preserves. We also have
The Holiday Season is finally here! It’s that time of the year where many take the time to focus on family, friends and of course…FOOD! Here’s the list of some of the delicious fruit that will be in season during the month…enjoy!
This feature is written by our very own Director of Slow Fish – Nikola Simpson. Luther Thorne Memorial Primary is one of our newer gardens having been installed in March of this year. We completed a replant of the garden last week with one of our new partners, Future Trees,
What are your names? Our names are Aria, Ackeem and Danika. What do you do (and where)? We are students at Luther Thorne Memorial Primary School. What do you grow? We grow a variety of produce including cabbage, lettuce, okra, watermelon, pumpkins, squash and have recently planted 3 banana trees.