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Children's and health campaigners have welcomed the news that Baroness Thorntonís Bill to introduce a 9pm watershed for junk food TV adverts has cleared its first major hurdle in the House of Lords.
Over 50 health, consumer and childrenís organisations, and celebrities such as Raymond Blanc, Antony Worrall Thomson and Prue Leith, have written to senior politicians urging them to protect children from junk food TV advertising before 9pm
Londonís restaurants are missing out on a booming market for local and ethical food, according to a new report, One Planet Dining: Londonís growing market for eating out sustainably, published this week by London Food Link.
The third edition in this series has just been published and found, among other things, that less than 9% of grants were to tackle climate change...
This boost for the campaign for a 9pm watershed comes as the first of the new restrictions on junk food advertising came into effect at the beginning of April.
A new report published today reveals that ethnic food businesses have not yet grasped the market opportunities presented by the growing appetite for sustainable food.
A unique new organisation has been launched to promote green issues among London restaurants. Ethical Eats is a network of the capitalís eateries brought together by sustainable food experts London Food Link to champion the ethical approach to catering.
To read London Food Link's response to this draft strategy, please follow the link above.
Baroness Thornton will introduce a Bill into Parliament on Tuesday that will introduce a 9pm watershed for junk food television adverts
Sustain and East Anglia Food Links (EAFL) announce the launch of a new project to help both public sector buyers and the suppliers of sustainable food within London.
New research by the Children's Food Campaign has shown just how flawed the food industry's 'percent of Guideline Daily Amount (GDA)' labelling scheme is.
Sustain survey of sample Government departments shows that most do not do one of the simplest things to save money and the planet - serve tap water instead of bottled water
In responding to this inquiry, we have endeavoured to consult our network, and particularly those who are involved in allotments directly, although this has proved difficult over August. However, we are confident that the views expressed are broadly representative of London Food Linkís network.
Instead of expensive and unpleasant surgery we should look to improve children's diets by protecting them from junk food adverts.