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The Jellied Eel
London Food Link's magazine for Sustainable Food in London. More information
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On 21st September 2013, over 160 of the UKís 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.
From 1 September 2013, schools, hospitals and all other caterers serving Real Bread can earn points towards silver and gold Food for Life Catering Mark certification from The Soil Association.
The Campaign for Better Hospital Food unveils figures showing that NHS hospitals routinely award themselves a high rating for the quality of their patient meals despite an independent Care Quality Commission survey showing half of patients are dissatisfied with hospital food.
This year the Real Bread Campaign launches Sourdough September, Britainís first ever national celebration of the original, and many people would say still the best, form of leavened Real Bread.
The Duke of Cambridge in Islington has been awarded the title of greenest pub in London, in a competition run by the Jellied Eel magazine, The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) and the Ethical Eats catering network.
One million pounds is to be invested in the UKís first ĎSustainable Food Citiesí programme to use good food to address some of todayís most pressing social, economic and environmental problems.
The state of New York has joined six other US States in banning the sale and possession of shark fins, to protect this critically endangered species.
The Save Our School Food Standards campaign responds to the publication of the School Food Plan
The University Caterers Organisation, TUCO, has teamed up with the Marine Stewardship Council to offer its members a fast-track way to put demonstrably sustainable fish on their menus.
Childrenís Food Campaign's response to the publication of the School Food Plan
The Sustainable Fish City campaign is disappointed that the School Food Plan published today contains no legal requirement for schools to buy only demonstrably sustainable fish.
Capital Growth, Londonís largest food growing network, is challenging Londoners, from back garden growers to market gardeners, to grow a million meals.
Children's Food Campaign responds to the launch of the Department of Health's traffic light labelling scheme and calls on the Government to name and shame food companies which drag their feet.
Today the Fisheries Council and European Parliament made history by securing a political deal on reform of the EUís Common Fisheries Policy, agreeing to rebuild fish stocks and set a legally binding target to end overfishing.
Londoners are being challenged to vote for the pub they think is the greenest in London, with almost 50 of the capitalís pubs in the running for this award.