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Bristol publishes Good Food Action Plan 2015-2018

This overarching framework brings together the food-related plans of many organisations and individuals across the city, and maps these against shared aims and desired outcomes.   

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"Point the Fish Finger" at UK restaurant chains

The Marine Conservation Society (MCS), Fish2fork and Sustainable Fish Cities launched a campaign on Wednesday to gain public pledges from three of the largest restaurant chains in the UK to serve 100% demonstrably sustainable fish.

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Force-Fed, a Food Foundation report - 03/02/2016
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Eating Better calls on Government to step up to the plate for our health and the health of the planet - 02/02/2016
Today, Eating Better - an alliance of nearly 50 public health, environment, animal welfare, develop...

Upcoming events

It's time for the Real Food Revolution - 01/02/2016
Community Channel have partnered with Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and launched a major sustainable f...

Searching for Silver, Going for Gold - Food Plymouth’s showcase event - 16/02/2016
The Food Plymouth CIC team are happy to announce a major showcase and networking event featuring fo...

Oxford Seminar Series: How to feed 9 billion people? - 16/02/2016
Organized by a group of interdisciplinary PhD students at the University of Oxford, the seminars wi...

Ecofeminism, Food and Social Justice Seminar with Sheilla Dillon - 17/02/2016
Sheila Dillon and Mary Mellor will be speaking at the Food Research Collaboration's first Seminar i...

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