The good food campaign, or campaign for real food, if you like, is for the time being not really a campaign a battle or a fight. It's not even a skirmish. In fact I would say it is more akin to a three year old thumping his fists on a sumo wrestler.
But you have to begin somewhere
Also on this page you will find some good food news as I come across it
Take a look also at campaigns for less food packaging
27th November 2019
Found these piadina flatbreads by Crosta and Mollica (never heard of them before) in Sainsbury's last night - Have been looking for something like this for a long time. The plastic packaging is another matter! They're a bit expensive but must say they are the nicest softest wraps I've ever tasted
A question to Biomel about the ingredients in their lovely products. Biomel were quick, thorough, polite and concerned in their reply
Well done Tesco food shoppers
Any fight against food waste is very welcome. Read how Marks and Spencers are making a step in the right direction
........ is campaigning against advertisements for junk food, especially those aimed at children
March 2016 Asda has rolled out its wonky veg box to our local store and it's looking good
On 24th April (or thereabouts) I contacted Lidl concerning their food products, mostly enquiring if they were planning on stocking more organic stuff.
On 23rd April 2015 and a few more times after that, I have sent notes to the Chief Executive of a large UK hospital concerning obesity and the food available on the hospital premises. They have banned the sale of cigarettes and the act of smoking tobacco and the act of vaping nicotine in and around the hospital. Is it OK to carry on selling junk food like sweets crisps and chocolate bars within the hospital? After all, it is just as bad for your health to be fat as it is to smoke
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