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Nutritional differences in organic...

New research shows significant differences in anti-oxidant levels between organic and non-organic crops
 
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Support our work

Good food is a right not a privilege. You can help ensure that everyone can access food that is healthy for them and the planet.
 
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Sustainable food cities

We are helping people to share challenges, explore practical solutions and develop best practice in all aspects of sustainable food.
 
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Food for Life Scotland

This project aims to transform food culture in Scotland by supporting the production and enjoyment of healthy and sustainable food.
 
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School food

The Food for Life Partnership can help your school get involved in cooking and growing, visiting farms and serving healthy meals.
 
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Early years food

Join us in our work to improve early years food - our Catering Mark has transformed meals for hundreds of nursery children in the UK.
 
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Hospital food

A number of hospitals are sourcing fresh, local and organic food with no impact on cost, yet many are falling short of acceptable standards.
 
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CSA

Community supported agriculture (CSA) is a partnership where a local community makes a financial pledge to support a local farm.
 
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Eating out

Find places to eat approved by us - either with full organic certification or holders of the Food for Life catering mark.
 
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Organic buying groups

By pooling their buying power and ordering organic food in bulk, these groups can buy good quality food at a more affordable price.
 
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Buy organic

Find further information on finding a local box scheme or farmers' market and discover more about organic textiles and beauty products.
 

Latest blog

Do you know where your chicken comes from?

Anna Louise Batchelor: Just in time for the weekend roast, the BBC have published an in-depth article questioning "Do you know where your chicken comes from?". Against the backdrop of a visit to an intensive chicken farm, the journalist set out to question how much we know about the rearing of chickens and to challenge how much we are prepared to pay to eat one.

13 November 2014 | 5 Comments | Recommended by 2