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Big signs of change in 2018
20 December 2018
Big signs of change which we expect to see more of – and what it means for us.
Grilling the chicken supply chain
20 December 2018
Food Research Collaboration is supporting Eating Better to understand better issues of the chicken supply chain.
Producers Food Retail
Better food and farming integral to climate goals
11 December 2018
Eating Better and Sustain joint response to Committee on Climate Change.
Time for bold policies to reduce meat and dairy consumption
27 November 2018
Changing Markets set out the case for Governments to include emissions from agriculture in their climate targets.
A meaty challenge
29 August 2018
In this article we catch up with Eating Better alliance partner Hubbub to find out the impact of ‘Meat Your Match.’
Veg Cities are cooking
13 August 2018
There are now 15 Veg Cities, we asked Project Co-ordinator and Eating Better Trustee – Sofia Parente to tell us about them.
Better meat: pasture fed livestock
19 July 2018
Pasture For Life explain the benefits of pasture-fed farming.
Healthy and sustainable diets through agricultural policy reform
17 July 2018
Eating Better's Sue Dibb sets out the case for agricultural policy reform to support healthy and sustainable diets.
Ready Meals – ready in minutes, but not ready for the future
9 July 2018
Our latest survey of ready meals in the top UK supermarkets shows that they aren’t serving the demand for healthier plant-based options, and the meat used as an ingredient in ready meals is falling short.
Eating Better announces Simon Billing as new Executive Director
15 June 2018
Eating Better is pleased to announce that Simon Billing will take over as its new Executive Director.
Farmer calls for ‘less and better’ approach to dairy
11 June 2018
Free Range Dairy CIC explain how a ‘less and better’ approach to meat and dairy consumption impacts on farming livelihoods.
Stop live transport
5 June 2018
Eating Better is supporting the Stop Live Transport campaign to raise awareness and demonstrate opposition to long distance transport of, live animals.
RSPCA Assured launches eat less, eat better campaign
1 June 2018
Eating Better has welcomed new RSPCA Assured campaign - ‘eat less, eat better.’
Producers Food Retail
What’s feeding our food?
17 May 2018
Eating Better and Forum for The Future bring together organisations working to address this hidden part of the food system.
Eating Better responds to DEFRA consultation on post-Brexit agriculture
9 May 2018
Eating Better's submission to the DEFRA Health and Harmony future farm policy consultation.
Our 2017-2018 impact report
29 April 2018
Principles for eating meat and dairy more sustainably: the 'less and better' approach
19 April 2018
Eating Better’s new report sets out Eating Better’s ‘less and better’ approach including a guide to assurance and labelling schemes to help people choose better meat and dairy.
Less is more
7 March 2018
Eating Better welcomes Greenpeace campaign to halve meat and dairy consumption by 2050.
Action on sustainable diets
2 March 2018
Sustainable diet roadmap for the food service industry.
DEFRA consults on post-Brexit agriculture
1 March 2018
DEFRA has published its strategy on the future of farming, but we think it falls short on the urgent need to shift our food culture towards healthy and sustainable eating.
Making an impact for a fair, green, healthy future
26 February 2018
Take a look at how Eating Better is making a real impact to create a fair, green, healthy future.
Brexit: MPs demand high standard UK
20 February 2018
New EFRA Committee report warns that food trade under WTO rules post-Brexit could lead to cheaper imports, produced to lower standards, damaging British producers.
Making animal feed fit for the future
12 February 2018
The Feed Behind Our Food report from Forum for the Future's Protein Challenge 2040 shows why retailers and foodservice need to care about what livestock is fed.
Food Retail Food Service
Let's make more sustainable sandwich choices
6 February 2018
In the UK we love sandwiches, they are a hugely popular lunch-time option. But a new study has found our choices have a staggering carbon footprint. What can be done?