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Sustain produces a number of quarterly magazines. Please follow the links below for more information
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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Londoners are being challenged to vote for the pub they think is the greenest in London, with almost 50 of the capital’s pubs in the running for this award.
The winner of the competition to find London's best local sausage run by The Jellied Eel magazine and London Farmers’ Markets, has been revealed.
The first cafe in East London's newly re-developed Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will serve high-quality food to London 2012 health and sustainability standards.
The Hospital Caterers Association today announced its support for the Campaign for Better Hospital Food.
'Through the Looking Glass' report published, examining the topsy turvy world of the regulations that are supposed to (but don’t) protect children from online marketing of junk food.
From 11-17 May, local loaf lovers across the land are uniting to help everyone celebrate Real Bread and its makers.
We’re pleased that more patients are being helped to eat in hospital, but it remains essential to improve the quality of hospital meals on offer..
On Saturday 16th March, 270 gardens across 27 UK towns and cities are opening their gates to fledgling green-fingered enthusiasts.
A Real Bread Campaign investigation of industrial loaves marketed as ‘wholegrain’ and 'wholemeal' by some of the UK’s highest profile brands.
A report published today, ‘Twenty years of hospital food failure’, shows that Government has wasted more than fifty million pounds on failed attempts to improve patient meals since 1992.
The widespread contamination of processed meat products with horsemeat raises many questions about the way animal products are produced and consumed, and their effects on our health. Good food policy is needed to address them.
More than 60 spaces across London will be given 'green makeovers' as part of 'The Big Dig Day' project. On Saturday 16 March, Londoners are being encouraged to get involved in their local community garden.
Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove is criticised for failing to adopt mandatory sustainable fish standards for school meals, wasting £43m of potential investment in sustainable fisheries.
Following its successful competition last year, The Jellied Eel magazine wants Londoners once more to choose their favourite from 22 sausages available at certified farmers’ markets and independent butchers, made with ingredients from within 100 miles of London.
Children's Food Campaign responds to the publication of the new draft National Curriculum and cooking and food education's place within it.