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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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The number of fish and seafood products certified as sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council has shot up by 41% in the UK over the last year.
Raymond Blanc and European Fisheries Commissioner Maria Damanaki call on chefs and caterers to support a Sustainable Fish City, speaking at the Sustainable Fish Forum 2012, held at Fishmongers Hall in London.
The Jellied Eel magazine is teaming up with London Farmers' Markets to get Londoners to choose their favourite local farmers’ market sausage.
On Monday 23 January 2012, Real Bread Campaign ambassador Tom Herbert sows the Bake Your Lawn challenge for schools around Britain: grow your own loaf!
Radio 4 investigates food for the London 2012 Olympics, and interviews Sustain, which coordinates the Food Legacy programme inspired by the London 2012 Food Vision
London restaurants are being encouraged to 'adopt a plot' and buy fresh and seasonal produce from community food growing spaces in the capital.
On Tuesday 21 February, Square Food Foundation (formerly the Cookery School at Bordeaux Quay) hosts a one-off workshop in support of the Real Bread Campaign’s Lessons in Loaf and On the Menu schemes.
A new report explores the rise of the new urban market gardener making money out of the hunger for ultra-local food.
The Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) is looking to recruit a team of assessors to rate UK restaurants' sustainability in 2012 through its Star Rating process.
Defra's review of its catering's compliance with new Government Buying Standards shows that sustainable fish is affordable and achievable
London garden heroes awarded as further food growing grants round is opened
In a poll of a thousand people organised by the Children's Food Campaign, Chupa Chups lollipops were declared winners of the 'Dodgiest Junk Food Claim' of 2011.
Good Food for Our Money campaign survey shows massive public support for introduction of legally-binding hospital food standards.
A joint Children's Food Campaign and British Heart Foundation Report reveals the manipulative tactics junk food manufacturers use to hook children while they play online.
The films tell the inspiring stories of communities around the country taking control of their food and where it comes from.