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The Government will be announcing their spending plans for next year on 25 November. We want all MPs to have Free School Meals and other food support for children on the top of their agenda. Help us reach all MPs.
New report charts the progress from a collaboration of public health bodies, charities, academics, food retailers and manufacturers which explores the role of supermarkets in helping individuals lead healthier lives
Sustain launches a new video making the case for Government investment in children's health, as public and political pressure on Ministers grows ahead of the Spending Review.
Leading local and national figures on food and health are calling on the Government to invest in children’s futures by ensuring they have access to healthy, nutritious food. 29 prominent Directors of Public Health, as well as elected mayors and food partnerships have joined national, children’s and education organisations by signing Sustain's Open Letter to key Government Ministers.
Public Health England's latest report on industry sugar reduction progress shows the Sugar Tax is a sweet success while voluntary measures disappoint.
Irish Supreme Court rules Subway hot sandwiches are not made with bread.
As Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak MP prepares the next Government Spending Review, Sustain has submitted five policy proposals to ensure all children have access to healthy food.
New research from Action on Sugar exposes the popular 'healthy' fruit snacks that are loaded with free sugars and misleading claims.
Sustain, in collaboration with Food for Life and School Food Matters, are exploring the case for calling on the government to ring-fence Sugar Levy income to create a new fund to support healthy eating in schools.
Slashing childhood obesity levels to 1980s levels could save the NHS and society £425 BILLION over children's lifetimes, according to the IPPR report, supported by Cancer Research UK, British Heart Foundation and Diabetes UK.