Our phone number is 020 7065 0902 and address: Sustain, Development House, 56 - 64 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4LT.
Planning sustainable cities for community food growing - Integrating community food growing into planning is ‘essential’ for building healthy communities, says new report.
Real Bread Maker Week - From 10-16 May 2014, local loaf lovers across the land are uniting the nation to help Britain celebrate Real Bread and its makers.
Cameron’s government in chaos over hospital food - Campaign for Better Hospital Food co-ordinator Alex Jackson resigns from the Department of Health’s Hospital Food Standards Panel in protest against the government’s plans for public sector food.
New study presents compelling case for GPs to put food growing ‘on prescription’ - Community food growing can improve fitness and healthy eating, alleviate symptoms of mental illness, and help cancer sufferers cope with distressing treatment. The authors of the study are calling on health professionals to put community food growing ‘on prescription’, for the many health benefits this would achieve.
Chief Medical Officer keeps options open on sugar tax - Children's Food Campaign responds to comments by the Chief Medical Officer on measures needed to tackle obesity
Family TV programmes saturated with junk food ads - launch of new campaign to close loopholes in existing rules on marketing junk food to children on TV and online
Campaigners call for end to routine use of antibiotics in livestock - Routine preventative use of antibiotics in livestock production must end says the Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics, and the farm use of antibiotics intended for 'last resort' use in medicine must be completely banned.
Bake 5: A fantastic fillip for flour arrangers - Five of the leading suppliers to Britain’s domestic and small, independent bakers have joined forces to create a membership incentive package to help the Real Bread Campaign survive and thrive.
Not another marketing evidence review - CFC response to new measures announced to maintain effective regulation of food and soft drink advertising
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Sustain, Development House, 56 - 64 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4LT
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