The Food & Pandemics Report, produced by ProVeg International, identifies the eating and farming of animals as the single most risky human behaviour in relation to pandemics, and calls for urge
20% Less Meat
The latest in our series of 'The Future of Your Service' webinars, it starts at 11am and will explore the likely impact of a planned expansion of free meals provision together with new food and dri
The scheme was suspended in March and despite the fact that many Reception and Year 1 children have been back in school since June, the scheme has not been reinstated.
Other traditional salad ingredients like lettuce leaves, tomatoes, sweetcorn and cucumber didn’t fare well either, as it has been longer than four weeks since the average person tucked into them.
He said the independent Committee on Climate Change, a statutory body set up under the Climate Change Act 2008, provided the model for monitoring Government compliance with food policy recommendati
Speaking on the future of food security, a topic brought into sharp focus during the Covid-19 pandemic, Professor Lang noted what he called ‘the uncomfortable truth of Britain’s imperial legacy’, w
The findings suggest that even a modest increase in consumption of these foods as part of a healthy diet could help prevent type 2 diabetes.
It calls upon the Government to end years of inaction and ensure that a healthy, sustainable diet is accessible for everyone.
The report, released in London Climate Action Week, says the concept of ‘meat taxes’ is gathering momentum and would see farm animal emissions included in carbon pricing and other tax regimes, as p
Morten Toft Bech, founder of the Leeds-based food maker, said: “Families across the country are now turning to our plant-based burgers, sausages and mince to reduce the meat in their meals, so it i