This report revisits the issues raised in the first Sustain report Food Poverty: What are the policy options? published in 1998. It looks at what has changed, where there has been progress - and where progress has been lacking. Most important, it sets out what is needed now, early in the new Millennium, to ensure that no-one in the UK is denied access to a varied and nutritious diet.

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This report revisits the issues raised in the first Sustain report Food Poverty: What are the policy options? published in 1998. It looks at what has changed, where there has been progress - and where progress has been lacking.  Most important, it sets out what is needed now, early in the new Millennium, to ensure that no-one in the UK is denied access to a varied and nutritious diet.

Food Poverty: Policy Options for the new Millennium
2001 | 284Kb

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1 Jan 2001
Food Access Network

Food Access Network: The Food Access Network (FAN-UK) was formerly the Food Poverty project, and is now superseded by the Local Action on Food Network. These archive pages give background information on the activities of FAN-UK, which worked to tackle diet-related ill health amongst the UKs most disadvantaged communities.

2001
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