All posts by Liz

The opposite of screen time

The opposite of screen time

26th September 2022

seasonal news

Since opening, Fair Food has contributed 100% of our profits to CERES School of Nature and Climate helping over 1 million students learn hands-on ways we can take care of the Earth.

Keep reading →
seasonal news

Since opening, Fair Food has contributed 100% of our profits to CERES School of Nature and Climate helping over 1 million students learn hands-on ways we can take care of the Earth.

Keep reading →
Once in a hundred lifetimes

Once in a hundred lifetimes

19th September 2022

growers and makers plastic free / low impact

Last weekend while frying up a couple of eggs for his noodles our eldest son was surprised to crack open not a double-yoker, not a triple-yoker but a quadruple-yoker! We all thought this was a pretty special thing, however, at the time none of us had an inkling that what had just happened in our frypan was an astronomically unlikely event.

Keep reading →
growers and makers plastic free / low impact

Last weekend while frying up a couple of eggs for his noodles our eldest son was surprised to crack open not a double-yoker, not a triple-yoker but a quadruple-yoker! We all thought this was a pretty special thing, however, at the time none of us had an inkling that what had just happened in our frypan was an astronomically unlikely event.

Keep reading →
Circular citrus economy

Circular citrus economy

12th September 2022

CERES community growers and makers plastic free / low impact

Over the weekend you may have found a surprise lemon in your Fair Food box with an accompanying note. At CERES we love the Earth and we also love saving lemons (and food in general) from going to landfill.

Keep reading →
CERES community growers and makers plastic free / low impact

Over the weekend you may have found a surprise lemon in your Fair Food box with an accompanying note. At CERES we love the Earth and we also love saving lemons (and food in general) from going to landfill.

Keep reading →
Different kind of activism

Different kind of activism

5th September 2022

CERES community social enterprise

Google image “environmental activism” and you’ll see hundreds of street protests – big crowds, placards, fists in the air, megaphones and giant banners. But environmental activism takes many guises.

Keep reading →
CERES community social enterprise

Google image “environmental activism” and you’ll see hundreds of street protests – big crowds, placards, fists in the air, megaphones and giant banners. But environmental activism takes many guises.

Keep reading →
Following the money

Following the money

29th August 2022

CERES community growers and makers social enterprise

Not everyone knows Fair Food is a social enterprise and that each year a hundred percent of our profits go to support CERES’ mission helping people fall in the love with the Earth. A couple of weeks ago we worked out that since Fair Food opened it had contributed over two million dollars towards this mission.

Keep reading →
CERES community growers and makers social enterprise

Not everyone knows Fair Food is a social enterprise and that each year a hundred percent of our profits go to support CERES’ mission helping people fall in the love with the Earth. A couple of weeks ago we worked out that since Fair Food opened it had contributed over two million dollars towards this mission.

Keep reading →
And into Guling

And into Guling

15th August 2022

CERES community

Just down the road, the kids at Moreland Primary School have been learning the seven Wurundjeri seasons with Uncle Dave Wandin – their awesome web page tells everyone along the Merri Creek the different seasonal signs to look out out.

Keep reading →
CERES community

Just down the road, the kids at Moreland Primary School have been learning the seven Wurundjeri seasons with Uncle Dave Wandin – their awesome web page tells everyone along the Merri Creek the different seasonal signs to look out out.

Keep reading →