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Sustain produces a number of quarterly magazines. Please follow the links below for more information
Sustainís 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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Sustainable food on London 2012 menus includes Fairtrade, Red Tractor and Marine Stewardship Council logos to show Olympic visitors their food is from ethical, British and sustainable marine sources - a first for any Olympic or Paralympic Games!
Capital Growth community grower Sarah Milner Simonds, carries the Olympic Torch. Sarah was nominated for her inspirational work as a community gardener on The People's Plot in West London, part of Capital Growth
On and around 1 August the Real Bread Campaign is helping people across the land to celebrate Real Bread by baking or buying delicious Local Loaves for Lammas.
Children's Food Campaign comments on the results of official statistics released by School Food Trust on school meal take-up
The competitors are on the starting line (actually bakery shelves), and now The Old Smokeís shoppers have until 20 August to seek out, taste and vote for The Londonersí Loaf!
The Riverside Vegetaria in Kingston-Upon-Thames has been awarded the accolade of best ethical vegetarian restaurant in London.
Children's Food Campaign responds to Michael Gove's announcement of a new review into school food
New salmon farming standards and a 'responsibly farmed' label have been launched to improve the environmental and social impact of the salmon farming industry.
Children's Food Campaign response to CASH survey of salt levels on children's menus
The London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games reveals details of the food and drink that will be served to the millions of spectators and thousands of athletes at the Games.
Please consider helping the Food Legacy project officer to recruit more caterers and food businesses to help fulfil the ambitions of the London 2012 Food Vision
Jan Matthews, Head of Catering for London 2012, discusses the diversity of foods set to be available at the Olympic and Paralympic Games
Shock findings about the nutritional quality of hospital food fuel calls for new legislation.
Today sees the launch of The Big Dig, a nationwide project to get people growing food together. It will involve community growing projects across England and will be run by Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming.
Campaigners expect government greenwash in response to top notch Parliamentary report.