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Our Press office is based in London, UK and open from 9.00am– 6.00pm GMT, Monday to Friday. Our Press Office is open to UK and international journalists working on food and farming stories, in print or for broadcast.

Get in touch for comment from our lead campaigners and expert policy officers on:

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  • And more...

We also represent around 100 national public interest organisations working at international, national, regional and local level.

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