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Reasons for optimism: the Food Ethics Council at Groundswell 2022

We’re back from Groundswell, where we temporarily left the doom and gloom behind to run a session where we asked farmers about what they felt optimistic about. Here are some of our (positive) takeaways from this year’s event…

Food Ethics Council
28 Jun 2022
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Intervening for better food systems

Exec Director, Dan Crossley, turns an admiring eye to Scotland's Good Food Nation Bill in a plea to UK government

Dan Crossley
24 Jun 2022
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Civil(ised) society – the role of food

What does civil(ised) society mean to you? Our Exec Director tries to answer that big question, in relation to food

Dan Crossley
8 Jun 2022
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Cost of living squeeze

Our Exec Director, Dan Crossley, writes in the Grocer challenging food companies on how much profit they should be making

Dan Crossley
26 May 2022
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Celebrating new legislation – sentience matters

Why farmed animal welfare should be a cornerstone of ethical food approaches, from Exec Director, Dan Crossley

Dan Crossley
26 Apr 2022
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Don’t put all your eggs in one basket

Dan Crossley writes about the risk of putting all your eggs in one basket and argues for diversity in his latest column for the Grocer

Dan Crossley
31 Mar 2022
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Building a community hearth

In a guest blog, Anna Cura calls for the development of community hearths, in different forms, across the UK

Anna Cura
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Bread – the humble loaf

In his latest column for the Grocer, Dan Crossley sets out why bread matters, in the UK and beyond

Dan Crossley
3 Mar 2022
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Seeking hope amidst the gloom

Looking for positives in our food system in what are disturbing times, Dan Crossley shares his own A to Z

Dan Crossley
2 Mar 2022