Campaigners GM Freeze have produced two new leaflets about genetic modification for concerned shoppers.
Compassion in World Farming's Compassionate Food Guide provides useful information to help you eat an ethical diet.
A new report from Sustainable Fisheries Partnership looked at 24 of the main 'reduction fisheries' producing fish turned into fishmeal and fish oil.
Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss has announced a new approach called 'Open Environment' which she says will help improve our environment.
Get ready for National School Meals Week 2015, running from the 2nd November to the 6th November.
In the run up to, and during, Urban Food Fortnight 2015 there were 23 mentions of the event in 20 different publications, both digital and print, including a feature in Time Out.
15/10/2015 Urban Food Fortnight
Following a complaint from the Real Bread Campaign, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) today ruled that an advertisement marketing a range of mass-produced, part-baked loaves as handmade was ‘misleading’ and should not appear again.
14/10/2015 Real Bread Campaign
Children’s Food Campaign Co-ordinator Malcolm Clark was invited to give evidence to the Health Select Committee as part of their special inquiry into the Government's childhood obesity strategy. There, Mr. Clark along with Prof Graeme MacGregor, chairman of Action on Sugar, and Dr Paul Darragh, a member of the British Medical Association's board of science, made the case for the introduction of a sugary drinks duty as well as the need to tighten current regulations regarding marketing to children.
14/10/2015 Children's Food Campaign
On 13 October, Sustain’s deputy coordinator Ben Reynolds, and campaign supporter Vanessa Kimbell met with George Eustice, Minister of State at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
14/10/2015 Real Bread Campaign
Delegates at Stockholm World Water Week have urged international governments to take water scarcity more seriously.
WWF hope the competition will promote sustainable diets and schools growing their own food.
If you are a catering business offering meat free lunches to your customers Eating Better want to hear from you.
A new report has documented high rates of food insecurity in Canada - that means 2.4 million adults and nearly a million children had inadequate or insecure access to food.
09/10/2015 Food Poverty
The Committee of Advertising Practice are consulting on new rules governing non-broadcast advertising of foods high in fat salt and sugar to children.
09/10/2015 Children's Food Campaign
Sustain member Pesticide Action Network want to reduce the hundreds of tonnes of pesticides they say are used in UK towns and cities.
Innovate UK has launched a competition to fund the development of healthier foods and drinks.
Save the date for the FFA's annual open meeting on November 11, 2015.
The council have started a city-wide Sugar Smart initiative to reduce levels of sugar in homes, schools and restaurants.
09/10/2015 Children's Health Fund
Real Bread Campaign supporters harvested a sheaf of awards over the summer, including Alex Gooch being named Baker of the Year at The Baking Industry Awards.
07/10/2015 Real Bread Campaign
Nearly three quarters of parents (74%) say their children have pestered them to buy junk food according to a new survey from the British Heart Foundation. Of those who have experienced ‘pester power’ at some point from their children, more than a third of the responses from parents related to junk food advertising, in particular to adverts that children are seeing on TV.
07/10/2015 Children's Food Campaign
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