Partner networks

Partner Networks are networks that welcome the establishment of Eating Better: for a fair, green, healthy future which complements their own work to promote healthy and sustainable food and farming systems that incorporate social justice and vibrant ecosystems.

Find out how to get your network involved.

Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics

The Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics is a coalition of medical, health, environmental and animal welfare organisations, campaigning to end the routine use of antibiotics in farming. In the UK, a staggering amount of antibiotics is used to treat farm animals, often routinely and preventatively – even when no disease is diagnosed in any of the animals. The widespread misuse of these drugs encourages resistant bacteria to emerge, which can spread from animals to people. We are at risk of an Antibiotic Armageddon – when our drugs no longer work. Profligate antibiotic use in farming also supports the continuation of farming practices that are inhumane and unsustainable. Find out more about our campaign activity and policy asks.

European Public Health Alliance

The European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) is Europe's leading NGO advocating for better health.  Its members include public health NGOs, patient groups, health professionals and disease groups working together to improve health and strengthen the voice of public health in Europe.

EPHA is a member of the European Public Health and Agriculture Consortium (EPHAC) and campaigns for a healthy sustainable Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).

Food Climate Research Network

The Food Climate Research Network (FCRN) is a leading source of policy relevant, integrative knowledge into food systems and climate change.

Food Research Collaboration

The Food Research Collaboration is a project, funded by Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, to facilitate joint working by academics and civil society organisations to improve the UK food system.

FRC works with academics across disciplines and with civil society organisations (CSOs) across sectors to:

  • Encourage research that meets civil society needs.
  • Share food evidence and thinking to improve coherence and “voice”.
  • Encourage longer-lasting collaborations between and within academic departments and civil society organisations.

Love Food Hate Waste

Love Food Hate Waste aims to raise awareness of the need to reduce food waste and help us take action. It shows that by doing some easy practical everyday things in the home we can all waste less food, which will ultimately benefit our purses and the environment too.

Meat Free Monday

Launched by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney in 2009, Meat Free Monday is a not-for-profit campaign which aims to raise awareness of the detrimental environmental impact of eating meat, and to encourage people to help slow climate change, preserve precious natural resources and improve their health by having at least one meat free day each week. 

Network of Wellbeing

The Network of Wellbeing (NOW) is an independent organisation that works to promote, distil and apply best practice in the field of wellbeing with individuals, communities and organisations. Our vision is of a world where everyone’s wellbeing needs can be met within the planet’s natural resource limits.  

Nourish Scotland

Nourish Scotland is reconnecting producers, growers, retailers, consumers and all who care for local, sustainable food in Scotland.

It is working to create a stronger food culture to make healthy, local, seasonal, and organic food available everywhere in Scotland. 


The RSPCA is the oldest and largest animal welfare charity.

Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming

Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming advocates food and agriculture policies and practices that enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, improve the working and living environment, enrich society and culture and promote equity. We represent around 100 national public interest organisations working at international, national, regional and local level.

Sustain provides information on sustainable food for people and businesses.

Sustainable Food Cities Network

The Sustainable Food Cities Network encourages public, private and third sector organisations and local communities to work together to improve their food system and to use food as a catalyst to tackle local challenges. The Network - which is run by a coalition of NGOs led by the Soil Association, Food Matters and Sustain and is funded by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation - aims to help people and places to share challenges, explore practical solutions and develop best practice in all aspects of sustainable food.

UK Food Group

The UK Food Group (UKFG) is the principal UK network for non-governmental organisations (NGOs) working on global food and agriculture issues. Our vision is a world with a more just, sustainable and fairer food system in which hunger has been eradicated, equity realised and the environment restored.