1. Welcome


One vital step towards a fair, green and healthy world is eating less meat and more food that’s better for us and the planet. 

Eating Better is a new alliance to help create an eating better food revolution. Find out more...

2. Fair


Eating Better is a fairer way to feed the world, better for animal welfare and can be better for farmers’ livelihoods too.

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3. Green


Eating Better is good for the planet. It’s less wasteful, better for wildlife and can help reduce our impact on the climate and the environment. 

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4. Healthy


Eating Better is good for our health. Eating less meat and more foods that are better for us could help us live longer, happier, healthier lives.

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We are recruiting!

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We are recruiting a Communications Associate to help us develop Eating Better’s reach and impact. Find out more....

Eating Better launches business engagement

Footprint Special Interest Group meeting

Businesses have an important role in helping people make heathier and more sustainable choices. We highlight the opportunities for food companies.

Join the Square Meal debate

Square Meal report

Eating Better joins forces with 9 organisations to call for a new recipe for farming, wildlife, food and public health to initiate. Find out more and how to contribute to the discussion.

Eating Better on Twitter

RT @ProfTimLang: Paper just out shows even if crop yields rise, it's essential to alter diets too. Policy must focus on culture change http…
RT @dan_crossley: Greenhouse gas fear over meat eating via @BBCNews http://t.co/yXQKo7W058 >> Time we all woke up to the need for less and …
Are you a Comms person wanting to spread the word on less & better meat eating? We're recruiting http://t.co/Zy6omaEolh … Pls share/RT.
RT @GdnLiveBetter: Looking to buy safer, healthier and more sustainable meat? Sue Dibb of @Eating_Better has some advice for you: http://t.…
RT @iffnmanchester: Changing global diets is vital to reducing climate change http://t.co/clugAxcoxB via @physorg_com @Cambridge_Uni

Supporting organisations & Partner Networks

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