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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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London's citizens and businesses pledge to support sustainable fish, backed by the National Trust, 5 London universities, D&D London Restaurants and Sodexo.
The Children's Food Campaign raises concerns about increased food industry involvement in the Change4Life anti-obesity campaign
Sustain celebrates the work of good food champions in 2010, and embarrasses those who have obstructed efforts to achieve healthy and sustainable food.
As part of its mission to help bring Real Bread back to the hearts of our local communities, the Real Bread Campaign launches Lessons in Loaf.
On 24th January, the Real Bread Campaign launches Bake Your Lawn, a scheme to encourage children to plant wheat to follow the Real Bread journey from seed to sandwich.
The Children's Food Campaign demands urgent government action following worrying news of a continued rise in childhood obesity.
Food and farming organisations today congratulated the Greater London Authority (GLA) for promising to use sustainable fish in catering for London’s police, transport workers, fire brigade and GLA staff.
From 17th January 2011, Knead to Know: the Real Bread starter, the introductory guide to bringing Real Bread back to the heart of a local community, will be available to order.
Sustain congratulates the Greater London Authority (GLA) for adopting a healthy and sustainable food policy for catering provided to London’s police, transport workers, fire brigade and GLA staff.
Using locally grown, seasonal vegetables and a commitment to buying free range eggs, were among the initiatives that have helped public sector caterers from across London win prestigious Good Food on the Public Plate awards.
The Children's Food Campaign publishes a joint report, calling upon the Government to ensure that every school is a food growing school.
Children's health campaigners advise the Department of Health that Nestlé's misuse of the Change4Life campaign branding is a wake up call it must not ignore.
Disappointment is expressed by the Children's Food Campaigners at the news of reduced Government backing for the School Food Trust.
Capital Growth has been boosted by two major housing associations, Family Mosaic and L&Q, signing up to the scheme. The news comes before the Edible Estates summit on 19th October.
Londoners can visit 14 exciting new food-growing gardens on Saturday 25th September as part of the inaugural Capital Growth Open Gardens Day. Four of the spaces are also on a special bike route so cyclists can tour them on wheels.