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146 items found in Children’s Food CampaignResults listed in descending date order
Children's Food Campaign responds to the launch of the Department of Health's traffic light labelling scheme and calls on the Government to name and shame food companies which drag their feet.
'Through the Looking Glass' report published, examining the topsy turvy world of the regulations that are supposed to (but don’t) protect children from online marketing of junk food.
Children's Food Campaign responds to the publication of the new draft National Curriculum and cooking and food education's place within it.
The competition was run by London’s ethical food magazine, The Jellied Eel, together with the Ethical Eats caterers’ network, and saw almost 30 of London’s eateries offering kids’ meals shortlisted.
Children’s Food Campaign's response to publication of the Defra Family Food Report
Children’s Food Campaign's response to the new academy and free schools announced in the Autumn Budget Statement
To celebrate flying past its target of children in 100 schools learning to bake Real Bread, the Real Bread Campaign has arranged a free workshop to inspire twelve more teachers to do the same.
Children's Food Campaign's response to the new Responsibility Deal pledge on increasing fruit and vegetable consumption
London’s ethical food magazine, The Jellied Eel, together with the Ethical Eats caterers’ network, has launched a competition to find the best kids’ meal in the capital, with almost 30 of London’s eateries on the shortlist.
Children’s Food Campaign's response to the Department of Health's announcement that it will promote a national front of pack labelling scheme incorporating traffic light colour coding
Healthy eating: the unfinished part of Hunt’s Olympic legacy.
Children’s Food Campaign has found that Nestlé is still using a banned nutritional claim in its Battle of the Breakfasts advertising campaign.
The Children's Food Campaign welcomes Tesco's commitment and calls on the Government and industry to introduce a consistent and easy to use food labelling format which includes traffic light colours.
Spotlight on the IOC’s approach to sponsorship, as London2012 labelled ‘The Obesity Games’ for undermining children’s health.
Children's Food Campaign comments on the results of official statistics released by School Food Trust on school meal take-up