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Greenwich: How it earned its reputation as a pioneer of food initiatives over the last ten years

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A sugary drinks duty would save London £39m in healthcare costs - 16/12/2014
• A 20 pence per litre duty on sugary drinks would reduce rates of diabetes, strokes, heart disease...

Organic farming can feed the world if done right, scientists claim - 10/12/2014
Organic farming is much more productive than previously thought, according to a new analysis of agr...

One million Catering Mark meals are now served every week day - 10/12/2014
1 million Catering Mark meals are now served every day in education settings, hospitals and care ho...

Investment boost for small-scale sustainable producers - 10/12/2014
The government has agreed to extend the Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) to small-scale communit...

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Oxford Real Farming Conference - 06/01/2015
The 6th annual Real Farming Conference in Oxford will cover many topics such as how to: take greate...

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