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Sustain produces a number of quarterly magazines. Please follow the links below for more information
Sustain’s magazine covers a wide range of current food and farming policy initiatives and developments. More information
The Jellied Eel
London Food Link's magazine for Sustainable Food in London. More information
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Global scientists in dramatic call for action on farm antibiotic use
The Mayor of London launches FoodSave, a new scheme to help food businesses reduce food waste and divert surplus food to useful purposes
The Campaign for Better Hospital Food published new figures showing the government spends more on nutritional supplements for hospital patients than on food served to them during their stay
More evidence that a duty on sugary drinks would improve the diet and health of children and young people
Advertising regulator caves in to Nestlé pressure instead of upholding Children's Food Campaign complaint
The Real Bread Campaign publishes Rising Up, its report on the therapeutic and social benefits Real Bread making offers to people living with mental health issues, or otherwise facing a tougher time than most of us.
Children’s Food Campaign slams weakness of Responsibility Deal Saturated Fat Pledge
Merton and Islington are jointly named as London’s top ‘Good Food Boroughs’ in the Good Food for London 2013 league table, with Hillingdon and Lewisham also praised for having made the most progress.
Children's Food Campaign celebrates partial campaign win, following Government's announcement of free school meals for every child in first three years of infant school
launch of new Children's Food Campaign and British Dietetic Association campaign to get junk off the checkouts for good
Capital Growth has launched Harvest Mob, a new volunteering project giving people the chance to get involved in one-off volunteering opportunities.
On 10 September 2013, the Real Bread Campaign received the Honorary award at the Young British Foodies Awards
This September, London will feast on the fabulous local produce being grown, produced and cooked on its doorstep.
Children's Food Campaign issue a challenge to Thomas Bach, the new president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC)
On 21st September 2013, over 160 of the UK’s community food-growing gardens will be throwing open their gates to the public in the largest open event of food-growing spaces in the UK.