Across two ‘Halloween’ seasons alone, Feedback rescued around 45 tonnes of would-be-wasted pumpkins.
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Bloc must halve its food waste by 2030 to tackle climate crisis and improve food security, say campaigners
We have launched a formal legal challenge against the UK government.
“The legal case focuses on the government’s failure to take into account expert and independent advice."
The Scottish salmon industry has been given the green light to double the production of salmon by 2030. But at what cost?
Sugar is bad for our health and our soils. It's time to reassess the role of sugar beet in our fields.
Feedback seeks judicial review of plan for not suggesting less meat and dairy consumption
Carina Millstone warns the Gov's plans will increase waste in the salmon farming industry & deprive communities the fish they need
Executive Director Carina Millstone calls out the government's Food Strategy for its lack of meaningful measures.
We joined a coalition of academics, trade unions, & community activists in calling on the Government to act on the national food emergency.
The government is failing to take necessary action to improve our children’s health, regenerate our natural world and tackle climate change
Boris Johnson's new food strategy serves up nothing of substance or ambition.
Our food system is broken, and it's past time for change. We can start by re-localising our food supplies and supporting food growers.
We were at the Barclays AGM to quiz it on how its huge investments in industrial meat align with its 'Net Zero' climate strategy.
Het is onthutsend dat JBS in één jaar meer klimaatemissies heeft dan heel Italië
The prediction is that there will be less grain in the future, so prices go up, creating food insecurity for low-income people.
Our UK councils’ pension funds are pouring an estimated £238 million into industrial livestock companies.
Gleaning — collecting leftover crops from farmers’ fields and margins — is undergoing something of a renaissance in Britain.
Policymakers should be thinking about how to maximise the social benefits provided by inclusive employment in the food sector.
Salmon are farmed using fish oil and meal made from millions of tonnes of wild-caught fish most of which are food-grade.
Wealthy nations accused of depriving poorer ones of nutrient-rich food and wasting mackerel, sardine and anchovy stocks.
A leading cause of overfishing is, ironically, the demand for fish feed. Over 1/3 of all fish caught worldwide are fed to farmed animals.
Volunteers are picking leftover produce on farms to reduce waste and help food banks