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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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Cabinet Office criticised for proposing a voluntary rather than compulsory scheme to improve the healthiness of food in hospitals, care homes, prisons and the armed forces.
Food campaigners urged supermarkets to stop promoting unneccesary food purchases, following the Cabinet Office review of food policy, published today.
Sustain press statement following lead story on BBC Radio 4’s ‘Today’ programme (5 July, 2008), featuring Richard Parish, Chief Executive of the Royal Society for Public Health.
Growing Round the Houses , a new briefing paper, explains how social housing providers and their tenants can work together on their estates to grow food
Following the first three identified cases of farm-animal MRSA in humans in the UK, seven public interest organisations are calling on the Food Standards Agency to advise the Government to support the EU in not allowing US imports of chicken that have been decontaminated with an antimicrobial wash.
Children's food campaigners have written to Burger King, attacking the chain’s decision to market junk food to children using the new Indiana Jones film. The promotion comes just months after they signed a pledge to cease all advertising to children on TV, in print or through the internet.
Edible Cities, looks at examples of urban agriculture projects in cities including New York, Milwaukee and Chicago and identifies a series of opportunities that other cities could be adopting.
This June as part of London Festival of Architecture 2008, City Hall will host a conference, Growing Food For London looking at Urban Agriculture in the capital.
Four top north London restaurants come together to launch their new certified sustainable eco-friendly fish options.
Richard Watts, Campaign Director at Sustain, said: 'This decision is good news for children and parents, who have known for many years that these additives affect children's behaviour.'
Sustain today reacted with anger to EFSA's lack of action in the face of compelling evidence that some artificial food additives can damage children's health.
A new report has revealed the Department for Health wasted almost £200,000 pounds on bottled water. This could have paid for 14 baby incubators, 34 hip replacements or 244 cataract operations.
Health campaigners have challenged Bird’s Eye to drop the implication that its fish fingers can contribute to people’s ‘good mood’, despite an advertising industry ruling that the claim can continue.
An alliance of consumer groups and environmental organisations are calling on the food giant Heinz to drop its “phoney” environmental claims in a recent £1.6m advertising campaign.
We are delighted that the Government has recognised the need for all children to learn to cook in school. Poor cookery skills are an important reason why some people have such a poor diet. This announcement will make a real difference to children's health.