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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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Children as young as five are being taught that cheese is a ‘nutritional goldmine”, that crisps are healthier than apples and that refilling bottles with tap water is unsafe!
Richard Watts - 'If we are serious about putting children's health first, we must protect them from junk food advertising before the 9pm watershed'
Sustain is organising a national food co-ops conference on Monday 2 February 2009 10am - 4pm at 76 Portland Place, London W1B 1NT.
The success of the campaign was recognised at the prestigious 8th Annual Good Housekeeping Consumer Awards this week. The Children’s Food Campaign was given the award for Consumer Campaign of the Year for Importance, for its work to improve children’s dietary health and protect them from junk food advertising.
Community groups all over London are helping people through the rough economic crisis by running a host of events this winter to provide delicious and affordable food for local people.
The Real Bread Campaign is being launched today [26 November 2008] with an appeal to consumers to use their loaf and buy Real Bread.
In an interview with The Jellied Eel magazine Rosie Boycott questioned where London would get its food from if faced with a crisis.
Project set to create 2,012 new food growing spaces for London by 2012
Sustain are sponsoring a new category in the Sustainable City awards open to restaurants, event caterers, staff canteens, street vendors, and other caterers.
Campaign Coordinator Richard Watts said: “We’re delighted. Where this idea has been tried across the UK it has really benefited children.”
This joint initiative aims to help chefs and restaurateurs find practical solutions to sourcing, serving and promoting sustainable seafood.
Friends of the Earth, nef and Sustain are jointly organising fringe meetings at the party conferences entitled ‘Food prices: how high will they go?’
London Food Link collaborates with Time Out to create new ‘Best Sustainable Restaurant’ category for the 2008 Time Out Eating & Drinking Awards.
The Children's Food Campaign is very concerned at a range of potentially misleading claims and poor nutritional advice contained in so-called ‘curriculum packs’ sent to schools by food companies and trade associations.
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