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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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Leading UK health and education groups, including National Union of Teachers, National Heart Forum, Association of Teachers and Lecturers and the Children’s Food Campaign have written to Culture Secretary Ben Bradshaw criticising the government’s arrangements for a consultation on product placement, which was announced last week.
A coalition of children's food groups attacks the Government's u-turn on secret selling of junk food to children.
The government was criticised today for condemning millions of chickens to miserable lives by failing to require high standards of animal welfare for food served in schools, hospitals and care homes.
Media release from the Children’s Food Campaign responding to the release of the National Heart Forum’s study on obesity trends
The Children’s Food Campaign today welcomed the Advertising Standards Authority’s ruling that Danone could not support the claim in their adverts that Actimel is “scientifically proven to help support your kids' defences”.
The Covent Garden Real Food Market will host an exclusive stall in conjunction with Capital Growth/Sustain, which will see the finest Urban Growing Spaces from London join forces for the first time.
As part of the Buywell project, London Food Link are launching a scheme with 17 stores around London to improve access to healthy affordable food.
Protect children from TV product placement of junk food.
The Good Food for Our Money campaign calls on government to act on the advice of expert advisors, who have called for mandatory standards for public sector food.
Campaigners at the Children’s Food Campaign today welcomed Government initiatives to improve the quality and take-up of school meals.
Do you care about the state of bread in Britain? On 14th September, the Real Bread Campaign is launching a new membership scheme for you.
On the day the Food Matters poilcy report is published on the importance of food to public health and the environment, campaigners say the Government for not putting its money where its mouth is.
The Food Ethics Council and Sustain have published a briefing recommending that food companies’ water stewardship should be shown on food labels.
As the school holidays start the Children’s Food Campaign is today launching a campaign to improve drinking water provision in public parks.
Campaigners criticise the Government for failing to prioritise health, environmental and ethical concerns when buying food, having analysed how money is spent on food in hospitals, schools, prisons, the army and government departments.