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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 Good Food for Our Money Campaign demands that the Government changes it plans to introduce weak seafood standards for food served in public sector institutions.
40 chefs and restaurateurs gathered for a Sustainable Fish City workshop, at London's Billingsgate Seafood Training School to find out how they can help London become a Sustainable Fish City.
UN Environment Programme issues procurement guidelines to help UN agencies around the world use natural resources in a responsible way, including sustainable fish.
At noon on Monday 21st February, the Real Bread Campaign launches its new website.
The Good Food for Our Money Campaign responds to Government consultation on plans to introduce compulsory standards for a third of public sector food.
Good Food Channel (UK TV) features Sustainable Fish City, promoting the campaign's Top Ten Fish Swaps and mentioning several of the caterers and restaurants who have already signed up.
Jellied Eel survey into London's fish sandwiches, and how sustainable (or not) they are.
The Jellied Eel ethical food magazine investigators went undercover to examine London’s best known sandwich sellers for their sustainable fish.
Capital Bee wants to encourage responsible beekeeping and a bee-friendly city, asking Londoners to grow food, plant flowers and use less chemicals in the garden. The campaign will provide beehives, bees, equipment and training for the 50 new beekeepers.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, backed by Sustain and leading fish conservation groups, has written to UK government ministers to complain that, under new proposals, only 1 in 5 fish bought in the public sector will have sustainability standards.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, backed by Sustain and leading fish conservation groups, has written to UK government ministers to complain that, under new proposals, 8 in 10 fish bought in the public sector will have no sustainability standards.
EU Fisheries Commissioner Maria Damanaki said, 'There is a clear message here and I have received it. We need a new EU Fisheries Policy and we can have it!'
Analysis published today shows that shoppers who want to cash-in the £50 of swap vouchers as part of the Department of Health-backed Change4Life anti-obesity campaign need to spend more than double the vouchers’ value in order to redeem them.
Children's health campaigners recommend Department of Health guidance on breastfeeding and warn of unhealthy processed foods marketed to babies and young children.
London's citizens and businesses pledge to support sustainable fish, backed by the National Trust, 5 London universities, D&D London Restaurants and Sodexo.