A survey by Diabetes UK found that 73% of respondents want cafes, restaurants and takeaways to use traffic light labelling.
With vegan and vegetarian food becoming mainstream the sector is predicted to grow by 8% each year according to a new report.
This publication is a companion to Have you bottled it? How drinking tap water can help save you and the planet, that Sustain published in January...
The only way to save local fishing industry jobs is to stop eating fish - unless you can be sure it's been caught by British fishermen using...
A glass of orange juice can use up 1000 glasses of irrigation water, 22 glasses of processing water and 2 glasses of diesel. We need plenty of fruit...
With so many vegetable oils to choose from, it is important to know where each oil comes from, its impact on the environment, its nutritional...
Consumers in Europe pay inflated prices for their sugar whilst the excess production from Europe is dumped on the world market, depressing prices and...
This highly publicised report into developments in lettuce production in recent years investigates the impact of changing farming and production...
This study of the impact of beer production and consumption on people and the environment looks at trends in hop and barley production, and the...
Carrots are Britain's second most popular vegetable after potatoes and almost all carrots bought are grown in the UK. This report looks at carrot...
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