Community Supported Agriculture, who are a member of Sustain, are celebrating their autumn harvests with special events in September and October 2018.
New video by Eating Better encourages people to take up the less and better approach to meat and dairy consumption.
WeWork, a global office sharing company, will stop serving meals with meat in them and will ban staff from claiming meals containing meat on expenses.
Shops, farms and producers are celebrating the return of Organic September from Sustain member the Soil Association.
Join other food producers from across Scotland for a workshop by Nourish Scotland on working in a local food enterprise.
Next year’s symposium at the Centre for Food Policy will discuss how best to engage with food policy makers and researchers.
The FSA is asking for applications from behaviourial economists, criminologists, anthropologists and political scientists for a new Advisory Committee on Social Science. Its purpose would be to provide strategic advice on how to improve food safety and regulate food sustainably.
The campaign aims to appeal to a younger audience to inspire them to buy only high animal welfare pork
This year’s Christmas debate at the Centre for Food Policy discusses what we need to do to get people cooking again. A panel of experts will explore the importance and the limitations of cooking as the answer to our decline in nutrition and the rise in obesity.
An article in the Metro questions some of the motivations behind our apparent love for bottled water, with much of it shown up as being bottled tap water, and not necessarily any better when fresh from the spring. See Sustain's report on the bottled water industry
If you want to eat in a healthier and more cost-effective way, then shop wisely, follow a sustainable diet of home-grown vegetables and cut down on meat.
Ten UK food, farming, conservation and academic organisations collaborate to challenge the current and future governments to fix our broken food system, aiming to start a conversation that affects us all.
One million pounds is to be invested in the UK's first 'Sustainable Food Cities' programme to use good food to address some of today's most pressing social, economic and environmental problems.
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Projects & campaigns
Better Food Britain
Better Hospital Food
Children's Food Campaign
Food and Farming Policy
Food co-ops toolkit
Good Food For London
London Food Link
Planning Food Cities
Real Bread Campaign
Roots to work
Save Our Antibiotics
Sugar Smart UK
Sustainable Fish Cities
Sustainable Food Cities
The Big Dig
Urban Food Fortnight