We’re pleased that our article VAT: A precise mechanism to identify drug food companies appears in the March 2022 issue of the Journal of Public Health. It begins with this important statement: “It’s time to curb the activities of...Read
Few consider the so-called ‘drug-foods’ in the context of food safety. I have done so here, because our over-consumption of them presents dangers to both human and planetary health.Read
Criterion 3: What are their recommendations to curb the power of corporates who make and promote products that damage human and planetary health?
None of the recommendations made will curb the power of these corporates, the third of our five criteria in assessing the National Food Strategy.Read
Criterion 1: Do their recommendations support all UK households to have economic access to sufficient supplies of safe, nutritious food?
Regarding the first of our five criteria in assessing the National Food Strategy: The answer to this question is no.Read
It’s concerning that a swathe of edible products are, in essence, synthetic; i.e. industrialised separation of plant and animal substances, plus undergoing chemical modification and often combined with inorganic chemicals, mostly from the petroleum industry.Read
In terms of food supplies into a city, town or, indeed, a rural community, what constitutes “an emergency”? Is there one now?Read
The British Medical Journal (BMJ) published our Rapid Response to an article by Tim Spector & Christopher Gardner’sRead
This week’s Farming Today was outstanding. And I’m not just saying that because Barbara Bray was the first speaker.Read