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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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The Jellied Eel has been shortlisted for best food magazine in the Guild of Food Writers awards this year.
The Olympic Games is fast approaching, and to celebrate being a part of LOCOGís Food Vision for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Red Tractor is launching Team Red Tractor (ĎTeam RTí).
Childrenís Food Campaign survey finds unhealthy food and soft drinks at the checkouts of leading supermarkets and high-street stores, despite a decade of promises to remove them.
Four of Londonís Mayoral candidates have pledged in their manifestos to improve Londonís food Ė the first time that healthy and sustainable food has featured on the political agenda of all of the main contenders for Londonís leadership.
This workshop is for festival and street-food caterers looking to learn more about building healthy and sustainable food principles into their dishes.
Almost half a million volunteers benefit from the Social Action Fund, including those volunteering on community food growing spaces supported through Sustainís Big Dig.
The results are in from the Jellied Eel's Love Your Local Sausage competition run in partnership with London Farmers' Market. And the winners are...
Top London chefs will be taking part in a two-week celebration of nose-to-tail meat eating in May 2012. Chefs participating include the Dock Kitchenís Stevie Parle, offal expert Anissa Helou, and food designers Blanch and Shock, as well as the Cinnamon Club, Table Cafť, Manson, and Nopi restaurants.
This annual event gives everyone the chance to meet the farmers who grow their food and care for the countryside, and is organised by LEAF (Linking Environment and Farming).
Real Bread Maker Week is back, and in its third year itís not just about the machines.
Londonís ethical food magazine, The Jellied Eel, together with the Ethical Eats caterers network, is launching a competition to find the best veggie restaurant in the capital, to tie in with National Vegetarian Week.
A new report from Compassion in World Farming compares the welfare standards of the major farm assurance schemes commonly adopted within the UK farming industry.
The UK's Food Standards Agency has issued guidance on how to set up a stall selling refreshments during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Nominations are now open for the 2012 Seafood Champion Awards, an accolade recognising those making significant progress toward sustainability in the seafood industry, with a deadline of April 30, 2012.
Children's food campaigners denounce the Department of Health's calorie reduction announcement as smoke and mirrors, and call for meaningful action on obesity.