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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.

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For general enquiries, please write to:

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Sustain in the press

The Times

New potato farms vanish amid post-Brexit labour deficit and bad weather

Sustain's Sustainable Farming Coordinator Will White comments.

Sunday 30 June 2024 | Visit

The Guardian

Four major UK supermarkets accused of misleading ‘freshly baked’ bread claim

Real Bread Campaign featured. 

Tuesday 11 June 2024 | Visit

Wicked Leeks

Restore Nature Now: Why this march matters

Sustainable Farming Coordinator Will White comments.

Tuesday 4 June 2024 | Visit

Grocery Gazette

Tesco accused of 'misleading' bakery marketing claims

Real Bread Campaign Coordinator Chris Young contributes.

Wednesday 29 May 2024 | Visit

The Daily Mail

Rise of the fast food £5 meal deal: Health experts warn against takeaway grub becoming 'workplace appropriate' thanks to KFC's £5 offer and Domino's £4 deal

Commercial Determinants Coordinator Fran Bernhardt contributes.

Sunday 19 May 2024 | Visit

The Guardian

£4 Dominos and £5 KFC: health fears as fast food lunch becomes ‘workplace appropriate’

Commercial Determinants Coordinator Fran Bernhardt contributes.

Saturday 18 May 2024 | Visit

Wicked Leeks

Road to nowhere: ‘blueprint’ lacks joined-up action

Sustain Chief Executive Kath Dalmeny contributes.

Wednesday 15 May 2024 | Visit

The ENDS Report

10 factory farm corporations ‘produce more excrement than UK’s 10 largest cities’, says report

Sustain featured.

Tuesday 30 April 2024 | Visit

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