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On 28th September, Ethical Eats, the London based network of sustainable restaurant and catering businesses, is giving punters a chance to sample four independent eateries serving up great (and sustainable) food.
The Children's Food Campaign warns that the Advertising Standards Authority's plans to cover non-paid-for marketing on company and social networking sites are too weak to protect children from junk food marketers.
Social housing residents are being challenged to become the capital’s best community food growers in the Edible Estates competition launched by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, and Capital Growth.
A Children's Food Campaign letter from 30 national organisations warns Health Secretary Andrew Lansley about the dangers of introducing policies that will undermine children's health.
The final review, of restrictions on the television advertising of food and drinks high in fat, salt or sugar has shown that, while the rules are reducing the amount of junk food advertising children see, they have been less effective than predicted.
Joan Walley, MP for Stoke-on-Trent North, today launched a campaign for legally binding standards to improve public sector food
The Real Bread Campaign is pleased that the Advertising Standards Authority has upheld its complaint against a misleading Tescos claim.
The Prime Minister's announcement that responsibility for nutrition policy will move from the Food Standards Agency back to a Government Department may be welcomed by the food industry, but it is not good for children's health.
Blue Peter gardener announces winners of Capital Growth schools competition.
Children’s food campaigners are delighted by the signficant increase in children and young people eating healthy school meals, shown in official figures released by the School Food Trust.
The Children's Food Campaign vows to fight to protect children from junk food marketing following Health Secretary Andrew Lansley's backing for business involvement in health promotion programmes.
Children’s Food Campaigners have described as 'alarming' Health Secretary Andrew Lansley’s criticisms of the healthy school meals initiative championed by health charities, children’s groups, and celebrity chef Jamie Oliver.
A letter opposing the recently announced cuts to plans to make free school meals available to every primary school child living in poverty has been sent to Education Secretary Michael Gove by a coalition of health, education and anti-poverty organisations.