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Sustain produces a number of quarterly magazines. Please follow the links below for more information
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
155 items found in Children’s Food CampaignResults listed in descending date order
Advertising regulator caves in to Nestlé pressure instead of upholding Children's Food Campaign complaint
Children’s Food Campaign slams weakness of Responsibility Deal Saturated Fat Pledge
Children's Food Campaign celebrates partial campaign win, following Government's announcement of free school meals for every child in first three years of infant school
launch of new Children's Food Campaign and British Dietetic Association campaign to get junk off the checkouts for good
Children's Food Campaign issue a challenge to Thomas Bach, the new president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC)
From 1 September 2013, schools, hospitals and all other caterers serving Real Bread can earn points towards silver and gold Food for Life Catering Mark certification from The Soil Association.
The Save Our School Food Standards campaign responds to the publication of the School Food Plan
Children’s Food Campaign's response to the publication of the School Food Plan
The Sustainable Fish City campaign is disappointed that the School Food Plan published today contains no legal requirement for schools to buy only demonstrably sustainable fish.
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