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The Jellied Eel
London Food Link's magazine for Sustainable Food in London. More information
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On 9th July 2011 the Real Bread Campaign will be helping the people of Chorleywood reclaim their village’s good name after fifty years’ association with the modern factory loaf.
Sustainable Fish City today welcomed the Government commitment to using sustainable fish in all of its catering for Number 10, Whitehall, Central Government departments, prisons, and some parts of the armed forces.
The Good Food for Our Money campaign today responded to the publication of compulsory 'Government Buying Standards' for food bought by central government.
LIDA agency, part of M&C Saatchi, produce Tube and 'Bee-movie' campaign, as part of Capital Growth, to help London's bees.
Sudbourne Primary school in Lambeth has been named as the 1000th Capital Growth space today. Across the 1032 new spaces supported, an estimated 35,000 green-fingered volunteers have now managed to get involved in food growing.
In London, 2.5 million McDonald's Filet-o-Fish will be MSC certified every year, from October 2011, in a Europe-wide commitment affecting 100,000,000 fish meals every year.
Over 188,000 London students are to be served sustainable fish after 14 leading universities sign up to the Sustainable Fish City pledge
Sustain congratulated People & Planet today on its publication of the only independent assessment of the environmental and ethical performance of UK universities, including measurement of their sustainable food performance.
Marks & Spencer's commits to full fish sustainability by 2015, and contributes over £1 million to WWF to protect fish, seas and coastlines across the world.
The Children's Food Campaign is dismayed that the Bailey Review on the Commercialisation and Sexualisation of Childhood has failed to make recommendations to tackle the high levels of junk food marketing that children are exposed to.
Sainsbury's helps customers to 'Switch the Fish', trying alternatives to the Big 5 popular fish species most under pressure.
The Children's Food Campaign welcomes the announcement of the Food Growing in Schools Task Force, set up in the response to the recommendations of a report co-authored by the Children’s Food Campaign.
Sustain has won the President's Award from the Chartered Institute for Environmental Health 'for an organisation that has made a significant contribution to environmental health', highlighting in particular our Good Food for Our Money campaign for health and environmental standards for public sector food.
The government has said that sustainable fish standards are due for Number 10 and government departments... any day now!
Londoners will get a surprise on Friday (20th May) morning when they cross Trafalgar Square to work, as it is set to be re-named Tomato Square as 100,000 tomato plants descend on the famous London landmark.