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Sustain in the press

The Telegraph

The rise and fall of sourdough shows that lockdown tastes are waning

'Members of the Real Bread Campaign, which represents independent bakers, are sourdough purists who are miffed that the code permits bread containing commercial yeast to be marketed as sourdough under such weaselly locutions as “with sourdough” and “sourdough flavour”. They propose an Honest Crust Act to separate the sourdough from the sourfaux.'

8 Feb 2023 | Visit

The Telegraph

Bakers in furious row over proper way to make a sourdough

Chris Young, coordinator for the Real Bread Campaign comments.

4 Feb 2023 | Visit

The Guardian

Public health groups urge Rishi Sunak to widen free school meals programme

Sustain and the Children's Food Campaign join leading public health organisations in a letter to the Prime Minister, expressing growing concerns about rising child food insecurity and obesity as a result of the cost of living crisis, and the need for urgent action.

2 Feb 2023 | Visit

The Grocer

Sourdough gets first-ever code of practice from bakers’ association

The Real Bread Campaign co-ordinator Chris Young comments on new guidelines:  “The codes’ authors came late to the sourdough game but, rather than playing according to practices established over more than four decades by the UK custodians of the craft, they decided to write their own rules.”

1 Feb 2023 | Visit

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