1. Welcome

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

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

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

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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Featured

An appetite for change

Eaternity works with caterers and restaurants to drive climate-friendly eating. In her blog for Eating Better, Eaternity’s Judith Ellens says chefs can reduce the carbon emissions of a meal by 60% and still serve competitive, tasty and nutritious meals.

Top tips for eating better meat this Easter

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This Easter, award-winning butcher Nick Rapps at Sheepdrove shares his advice on making meat special, and his first tip is, eat less!

Eating Better joins EU Call for Action

Eating Better is one of 32 organisations, companies and trade associations calling on the European policy makers to put sustainable food firmly back on its agenda and act on food for people and the planet.

Eating Better on Twitter

RT @esmeefairbairn: Could you use some #eatyourvegtips ? @changebehaviour can help get kids to eat their greens http://t.co/6EjgynYIEu htt…
Study suggests conventional meat will cost a premium as demand grows http://t.co/xZxbuoPGfR via @Globalmeatnews
Tips for eating less meat from confirmed carnivore @Bustle http://t.co/7qcyrFdMex You can read our top tips here: http://t.co/3sp6Pm1Qe0
RT @SusFoodTrust: Letter to MPs: Protect natural capital. Signed by @ciwf @nationaltrust @Natures_Voice @TruCost http://t.co/Kj4ZqrFAkP htt…
New research: High meat consumption linked to higher risk type 2 diabetes regardless of fat content http://t.co/8g6io3qdZC via @FCRNetwork

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