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Food security in a crisis

Tim Newthorpe of The Vegan Society analyses how the war…

25 April 2022 | By

Tim Newthorpe of The Vegan Society analyses how the war in Ukraine is impacting the supply of global commodities that Europe relies on to maintain current levels of production.

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Four in ten have never heard of Natasha’s Law

New research from GS1 reveals a worryingly high number of…

1 September 2021 | By

New research from GS1 reveals a worryingly high number of people in the food industry are unaware of the Natasha’s Law legislation coming into effect in October, and highlights a gap between large franchises and small independent businesses.

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FSA’s Emily Miles asks “Why do we need transparency?”

In a keynote speech as part of Food Integrity, Chief…

29 April 2021 | By

In a keynote speech as part of Food Integrity, Chief Executive of the Food Standards Agency Emily Miles explains why transparency is such a crucial part of food regulation, and issues some stark reminders of what can happen when transparency is eroded.

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Henry Dimbleby calls out UK Government on food voucher scheme

As Covid pushes more family into poverty, Henry Dimbleby criticises…

28 October 2020 | By

As Covid pushes more family into poverty, Henry Dimbleby criticises the UK Government on its recent decision around free food schemes and urges it to act now to stop disadvantaged children from going hungry.

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A tale of two food systems

Professor Chris Elliott highlights the UK’s clear food poverty divide…

2 June 2020 | By

Professor Chris Elliott highlights the UK’s clear food poverty divide and calls for a new, stronger national food strategy.