On our 'Driving ambition: 2020-21 Impact Report', Eating Better’s Chair - Carol McKenna, has said:
Looking at this year’s achievements, including progress against our Better by Half roadmap and the content of the National Food Strategy published in July, it feels as if we’ve turned a corner on gaining recognition of the connections between our food and the climate and nature emergencies.
We’ve done this against the backdrop of the pandemic, by supporting alliance members and food industry stakeholders in achieving change. Our impact over the past year includes progress against our Better by Half roadmap, driving support for 'less and better' in public sector catering and raising the bar to 'better meat' amongst retailers and food business. We have also welcomed three new members into the fold; Good Food Institute Europe, School Food Matters and The Wildlife Trusts.
With COP26 a week away, there’s never been a better time for action on less and better meat and dairy to safeguard people, animals and the planet. Looking ahead, we will continue to use the Eating Better roadmap as the foundation of our work to engage with key policy opportunities such as the National Food Strategy, championing the many recommendations that align with our aims and objectives.
Take a look at Eating Better's Impact report here.