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A new allotment garden in The Regent’s Park opens today. Aimed at training people with an interest in food-growing projects and allotment gardening, it is the first facility of its kind in a Royal Park.
The Children’s Food Campaign today reacted with disappointment that sufficient MEPs had failed to vote in favour of a traffic light nutrition labelling scheme.
Secretary of State Michael Gove announced in a letter to Ed Balls that plans have been dropped to offer free school meals to primary aged school children
A survey published by the Children’s Food Campaign finds that the vast majority of public parks around the UK have no public drinking fountains. This encourages thirsty children to turn to sugary alternatives or go without, both of which are bad for their health.
The Children’s Food Campaign welcomes the survey carried out by LACORS into the standard of food served to children in UK nurseries, but is concerned that the report’s recommendations do not go far enough.
The Children’s Food Campaign are disappointed by the Advertising Standards Authority’s ruling that the Kellogg’s Coco Pops advert featuring a cartoon character in school uniform did not break its code and was not 'socially irresponsible' despite encouraging children to eat more of a high-sugar product.
With the school summer term approaching, Blue Peter gardener Chris Collins has put down his spade to call on the Government to ensure that every child has the chance to have a go at growing their own while at school.
Professor Tim Lang, a leading expert in food policy and prominent government adviser, today joined campaigners to call for legally binding standards to improve hospital food.
A nine-month investigation by the Real Bread Campaign has found the in-store bakeries of only one major supermarket chain producing any Real Bread.
A campaign group has offered Stephen Byers £100 to lobby Hilary Benn MP to introduce new rules for school and hospital food to protect endangered fish.
We call on the FSA Board to reject the reccomendation to weaken support for traffic light labelling
David Drew MP introduces legislation in Parliament to stop the public sector buying endangered fish.
Children’s food campaigners today declared victory in their campaign to stop the Government introducing product placement of junk food in UK-made television programmes.
The cash is available as part of the Capital Growth scheme, supported by the Mayor of London and managed by London Food Link, which encourages Londoners to grow their own food in under-used areas of the capital.
According to today’s Guardian, the Government is about to announce that the Children’s Food Campaign and our supporters have won a major victory to protect young people from product placement of junk food: