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Sustainís 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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London retailer launches global awareness campaign for marine conservation attended by HRH Prince of Wales, President of the Marine Conservation Society
Make the right fish choices with the Marine Conservation Society's new and simplified seafood sustainability guide.
Apply to Capital Growth for in-kind support for your food-growing project by 6th May 2011 for a chance to win. One space who registers will be randomly selected to win £1000 and become the prestigious Capital Growth space number 1000.
As a Department for Education consultation on the school curriculum closes, 22 health charities and medical organisations including the British Medical Association, five Royal Medical Colleges and UK Faculty of Public Health have written to the Government, urging them to ensure that every child continues to learn practical cooking skills as part of their education.
The royal family has been criticised for giving its regal stamp of approval to some rather dubious products over the years, but a new emphasis on more environmentally and socially responsible practices is about to spread across all the royal warrants..
On Friday 17th June, the Real Bread Campaign is joining family-owned brewery Everards of Leicester to invite bakers to a taster of Project Artisan, an initiative to help bring Real Bread back to the hearts of our local communities.
Sustainable Fish City publishes Top Ten Swaps to help consumers and chefs make more sustainable fish choices.
Jamie Oliver, Gary Rhodes, Ainsley Harriott and others have signed a letter to Education Secretary Michael Gove urging him to keep practical cooking lessons in secondary schools.
The Real Bread Campaign's annual Lammas call on the people of Britain to buy or bake a local loaf of Real Bread.
Members of staff at Sustain send cheques for 83p to the Prime Minister and every member of the Cabinet to ensure that, while at work, Ministers eat fish that is from the very best sustainable sources.
Chidren's food and health campaigners express disappointment at the weak set of voluntary 'pledges' agreed as part of the Department of Health's Responsibility Deals.
Children's health campaigners lament our reliance on 'packet pancakes' and warn that under government plans our children will leave school with few cooking skills.
Fish served to The Cabinet and staff at Number 10 may have worse sustainability standards than the pet food served up to Number 10's Larry the Cat.
Children's health campaigners are dismayed that recommendations to improve food served in nurseries prioritise voluntary guidance instead of mandatory and enforceable standards.
London Mayor's food advisor Rosie Boycott has joined Sustainable Fish City in inviting PM David Cameron, Number 10 and Whitehall to pledge to serve only sustainable fish.