Use the form below to search the news archive by site section and using keywords
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
News items listed in descending date order
Some of the biggest retail and catering organisations are uniting behind Love British Food 2012 to paint menus and shop-shelves red, white and blue.
National Vegetarian Week 2012 is a celebration of meat-free food. The focus this year is on veggie breakfasts, with recipes, promotional materials, competitions and regional discounts and events.
Professor Tim Lang praises London 2012 for committing to serve fish that is demonstrably sustainable.
Leading food policy academic Professor Tim Lang has praised the London 2012 Food Vision for its ambition to use the power of the Games to inspire healthy and sustainable food in the catering sector, especially sustainable fish.
The House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee says it is 'essential' for Central Government to implement fully its commitment to using only sustainable fish in catering.
Capital Growth launches The Big Dig weekend to help Londoners get involved in thriving food gardens in their neighbourhoods. Small grants available to community groups wanting to set up their own gardens.
Food campaigners respond to a Which? report showing most breakfast cereals are too high in sugar by renewing their call for industry and Government action.
Sustainable fish is firmly on the menu for London Government, according to a major review of responsible procurement published today by the Greater London Authority (GLA), and reporting on catering standards for London's City Hall, police, fire brigade and transport services.
Sustainable food is firmly on the menu for London Government, according to a major review of responsible procurement published today by the Greater London Authority (GLA), and reporting on catering standards for London's City Hall, police, fire brigade and transport services.
The Children's Food Campaign tests Communication Minister's faith in industry self-regulation by submitting multiple complaints about online junk food marketing to children.
On 6 March 2012, Ethical Eats - working with the Food Legacy programme - will be holding a workshop for chefs and restaurateurs on whole animal butchery and lesser used cuts of meat, including offal.
As the capital prepares to host the 2012 Games this summer, Londoners are being invited to get their hands on an Olympic-inspired cash giveaway by growing their own food.
The number of bakeries around Britain using The Real Bread Loaf Mark to let shoppers know which loaves are additive-free has just passed fifty.
In 2012, Food for Life Catering Mark standards have been updated to require promotion of healthy eating and exclusion of endangered fish. A flexible points-based system also encourages caterers to use more sustainable food.
The Soil Association has launched updated standards for the Food for Life Catering Mark that now exclude endangered fish at bronze award level.