“Lucky to be in food”: The Butchers Going the Extra Mile

Butcher and private abattoir, Edge and Son, observed big shifts in public attitude towards high quality meat during the pandemic. Here's how they hope this will unfold in the long - term.

26 Nov 2020

50 days and counting

As we approach the end of UK’s Transition Period after Brexit, our Exec Director reflects on how the food system is looking

Dan Crossley
11 Nov 2020

Building community food resilience in a global pandemic

What challenges have emergency food aid providers faced under COVID-19? How have they responded to the major shifts in our food systems?

Anna Cura
4 Nov 2020

Food Justice – Time to deliver

Food Ethics Council member Geoff Tansey reflects on the original Food and Fairness Inquiry of 2010 and what steps are needed now to achieve food justice.

Geoff Tansey
14 Oct 2020

Standards falling? Agriculture Bill amendments rejected

Agriculture Bill result in House of Commons leaves more of a Pong than a Ping

Dan Crossley
13 Oct 2020
Long Read

A deep dive into fairness

Dr Nigel Dower explains how we have developed a more in-depth version of our fairness framework

Dr Nigel Dower
30 Sep 2020

In Praise of Public Space

Helene Schulze follows a growing movement calling for land justice and a reframing of land as a public luxury not a private good

Helene Schulze
25 Sep 2020

What to cultivate as we #BuildBackBetter

We identify some positive trends to get behind and challenging developments to be wary of during the pandemic

Helene Schulze
28 May 2020

#FoodTalks: Emergency responses to COVID-19

Here are reflections, resources and the full video of our first online #FoodTalks exploring emergency responses to COVID-19

2 Apr 2020