January is usually the time to start new habits, make changes to your lifestyle and perhaps even improve your diet. January plays host to a number of different lifestyle-changing campaigns, such as Dry January, and Veganuary. But now there’s a new campaign that’s gaining some popularity this year; Regenuary.
Regenuary is backed by many farmers, chefs, and food suppliers who believe that animal consumption can be part of a sustainable future. Therefore, to take part in Regenuary, you need to commit to sourcing food that is produced sustainably, and locally. By doing this, you’re making sure the food you eat is farmed in a sustainable way and has a small carbon footprint.
Absolutely! As long as it’s sourced from local, sustainable farmers. This is one of the key differences that marks it as different from Veganuary. With Regenuary, you don’t need to focus on eating only plant-based meals. According to the people behind the Regenuary campaign; this is because the production of vegan food is not entirely a sustainable industry.
If you take part in Regenuary, you will need to pay special attention to the things you buy in the supermarket and make sure that what you’re buying is sustainable and locally sourced. There are a number of ways you can check to make sure that the meat you’re buying is sustainably sourced. Look for the ‘Red Tractor‘ label which means the meat has passed sustainable food standards and assurances.
You might be a little late to the party – but it’s not too late to start with Regenuary. If you live in East Sussex, Burts Catering Butchers can help with providing you sustainable, locally sourced British meat which we can deliver straight to your door.
Our Home Delivery Service serves Bexhill, Eastbourne, Cooden, Battle, Hastings, Polegate, Hailsham, and all the little villages in between. We have a wide range of high-quality meat available, such as Chicken, Pork, Lamb, and Beef.