With the Harvey Weinstein allegations and recent news from Westminster sexism and discrimination is very much on the agenda.

As a child of the 1970’s I do feel very old when I look back on the media of my youth and see what was considered acceptable at that time.

Watching Benny Hill or the Carry On films today is quite hard: essentially the jokes are about sexual harassment or in some cases sexual assault on women. It’s very hard nowadays to see how that could possibly have been seen as funny.

The positive side is that it is great to see the progress we have made and how unacceptable the humour of the past is today. What would have been regarded as radical feminism is the 1970’s is today completely mainstream.

A couple of days ago my parents celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and I said a few words about life in 1967 when they married. In the UK in 1967 it was illegal to consummate a male gay relationship and jobs were advertised with one salary for a female employee and a higher salary for a male employee doing the same job. Racial discrimination was also legal and widespread although 1967 saw the very first black policeman in the UK.

At Move Fresh we have a very diverse customer base, more female than male with many races and religions well represented. Kevin and I are both middle aged white men but we love having diverse customers and staff. We both have daughters which I think makes both of us think more about sexism.

All of us are looking for healthy, tasty food and drink delivered to our homes in a convenient way at a good price. We very much hope that everyone feels welcome at Move Fresh.