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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 primary school children are being encouraged to grow their own fruit and vegetables by the Mayor, Boris Johnson, through a new Capital Growth schools competition launched today (Thursday 21 January).
Finding good fresh food at an affordable price is not always easy – that’s where Sustain can help. A dedicated adviser has now been appointed in every region in England to help people set up food co-ops.
Loyd Grossman responds to the Good Food for Our Money campaign's 'A Decade of Hospital Food Failure' report by declaring 'it is a scandal that improving hospital catering remains far from the top of the NHS agenda'.
The Children’s Food Campaign welcomes the ASA’s ruling that Heinz did not have enough evidence to claim that its Nurture infant formula and milk supports children's immunity and development.
The Government’s Food 2030 report was slammed today by campaigners for failing dismally to tackle the unsustainable nature of our food and farming system.
The Government has wasted over £50 million since the year 2000 on at least 17 separate initiatives to improve hospital food, which have resulted in almost no improvement to the quality of meals served, or to their nutritional and environmental value.
Today, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) rejected a complaint from the Real Bread Campaign that the Hovis ‘Rolls’ television advertisement had breached the TV Advertising Standards Code by misleading consumers. The Campaign believes that in doing so, the ASA is guilty of a failure of duty to the public and now calls on consumers to take action.
London 2012 Food Vision contains a commitment for all fish served to be 'demonstrably sustainable'.
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Read Jackie Schneider's article on product placement, or secret selling, of junk food for The Guardian’s Comment is Free section.
The Children's Food Campaign welcomes the announcment in the Pre-Budget report of an extention of the free school meals meeting
Campaigners for health and the environment broadly welcomed today’s announcement by the organisers of the London 2012 Olympic Games  that they have committed to serving healthier, ethical and more sustainable food. The Olympic organisers have gone for gold in some areas – promising to serve only sustainable fish, fairly traded food and drinks, and encouraging caterers to use local and seasonal food.
Real Bread bakers around the country are up in arms at recent media reports that suggest forthcoming products from two big bakers will be the first commercial loaves to be made with 100% British wheat since the repeal of the Corn Laws in 1846.
Sustain's reponse to The Government announcement on health and climate change.
The Metropolitan Police Service’s (MPS) decision to only buy free range eggs was recognised at the inaugural Good Food on the Public Plate awards at City Hall last night [16 November]. The awards, presented by Rosie Boycott who chairs the London Food Board, went to 15 universities, hospitals and other public sector bodies who have made great strides to make the food they serve more sustainable by serving food that is local, seasonal, Fair Trade or assured by an animal welfare scheme.