Enjoy an anti-waste cocktail; make your own produce bag; take a selfie in front of our bread waste wall, and contribute to our communal (and practically edible) art piece. It will be an evening jam-packed with delicious canapés from The Foodprint Experience, great tunes, a few bevvies, take-home treats and some serious food-spiration.
This August, YFM Australia is unleashing your pocket power.
Our national event series is zooming in on what we can do as individuals to support a healthier, more sustainable food future through our daily choices and actions.
We're talking about local solutions in Radelaide, Syd, Melbs and Brissy - check out what's happening near you below!
Interested in knowing more about the impacts of plastic on our everyday lives? Want to make a difference but don't know where to start? Hungry to get in on the hot tips of living a zero waste life when it comes to food? Then YFM has got you sorted! We're helping you cut the crap and give plastic the boot at our Melbourne pop-up market and masterclass!
The power of being a food-conscientious human is at your fingertips! YFM has tasted, carefully curated and mapped the best of sustainable Sydney city into a convenient little guide - Pocket Power. To celebrate the launch of Pocket Power, join us on this delightful night of demos, talks, games, beers and wraps!
It's a FOOD trivia night, need we say more? Put all those years of eating, photo taking, and hash-tagging to the test because YFM is hosting it’s very first food trivia night. Yes, we said FOOD trivia night, a night where foodie knowledge reigns supreme and will be showered with praise, fanfare, and prizes - probably food-related prizes.
Why you should never eat a mango in July When you think about it, modern technology is pretty amazing. Imagine telling your great-grandparents that th
Sophie Lamond talks to us about what’s driving declining cooking rates amongst young people and the importance of keeping it simple in the kitchen.
We just came across some data which frankly, blew our minds. According to the Food Sustainability Index’s global study which ranked 25 countries