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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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This response details how and why food should be woven into the London Plan during its 2009 revisions.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, Rosie Boycott, Chair of London Food, and Sustain today (Friday, 10 July) accepted a Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Commendation for Capital Growth during a visit to the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
Children's Food Campaign welcomes more children eating new, high quality school meals and call for introduction of free school meals for all.
Rosie Boycott, Chair of London Food, today (Monday 6 July) called on Londoners to get out into their gardens, roof terraces and balconies to grow their own fruit and vegetables, as she revealed the ‘Edible Spaces with Capital Growth’ garden at the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
Leading UK children’s groups, including The Children’s Society, NCB and the Children’s Food Campaign, have today called upon the Committee of Advertising Practice to change its code of practice so that all children are properly protected from junk food advertising.
Launched last November by food and farming charity Sustain, the Real Bread Campaign is now celebrating securing a grant from the Big Lottery Fund’s Local Food scheme.
This independent research confirms that the public want food labelling with traffic light colours
In an email to a concerned member of the public, Gordon Polson, Director of The Federation of Bakers, has explained his initial failure to respond to a letter from the Real Bread Campaign and the Real Food Festival about unlabelled processing aids* by saying “We did not reply because we could not stop using them which they know.”
New research has exposed the poor nutritional quality of many foods marketed for babies and young children.
Stick One on 'em! - urging the UK's industrial bakers to come clean about the use and labelling of hidden processing aids in this press release.
Campaigners are appalled by Nestlé’s statement yesterday on industry news website Food and Drink Europe that it will not ditch many of its unhealthiest cereals.
Sustain launch new network and magazine to help communities to take back control of their food.
The Children’s Food Campaign welcomed today’s recommendation to the FSA Board not to change the nutrient profiling model used to decide which foods are healthy or not.
A Greater London Authority report on greenhouse gas emissions finds that food consumption in the capital accounts for 19 million tonnes of greenhouse gases per year.
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!