Eating Better is encouraging families to take the Eating Better Challenge this January – and throughout the year - and enjoy tasty, affordable and healthy meals by incorporating more plant-based foods and less meat into their daily dinners.
Christmas is a time for celebration. It’s a time for family, friends and great food. Our Eating Better guide will help you enjoy better meat eating – and not just for Christmas.
Our new report Let’s Talk About Meat identifies 10 ways to motivate behaviour change towards more plant-based diets and ‘less and better’ meat eating.
Businesses have an important role in helping people make heathier and more sustainable choices. We highlight the opportunities for food companies.
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.
A quarter of the British public say they have cut back on meat eating in a YouGov survey for Eating Better published today. Even more are willing to consider eating less in the future and paying more for ‘better’ meat.
Policies to shift our eating patterns towards less and better meat eating and more sustainable plant-based diets must be at the heart of an ethical food manifesto, writes Eating Better's Sue Dibb for Food Ethics magazine
Eating Better welcomes the European Commission's public consultation on sustainable food consumption. Find out how to make your voice heard.