The holy month of Ramadan is meant for fasting. A time for exercising self control, shunning excess and detoxifying your body and soul, but if you look at any Iftar spread in most homes it is laden with rich and tasty treats.
The emphasis at the green iftaar was on fruits, berries and ethically sourced vegetables. (Supplied)
“This ethical Iftar is about looking particularly at key issues around meat consumption during Ramadan, food and plastic waste,” said Jumana Moon, one of the organizers. (Supplied)