September 28, 2015

FRC holds members-only event with The Bureau of Investigative Journalism on researching influential organisations

On 24 September, the Food Research Collaboration hosted its first members-only event, a workshop on researching influential food organisations using investigative journalism techniques. The event was […]
September 1, 2015

RSPB’s Lucy Bjorck writes about the latest report from Which?

“Shock, understanding and a desire for action” “Against the barrage of depressing news about rising obesity, disappearing wildlife and obsession with economic measures of success, trying […]
August 10, 2015

Just Growth: a new funding programme for food and farming projects

Just Growth a new funding programme created by the FEA, Co-operative and Community Finance and the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation launched on 13th July 2015. The aim […]
June 10, 2015

New FRC briefing paper released today: ‘Should the UK be concerned about sugar?’

On 10 June, the Food Research Collaboration launched a new briefing paper, titled ‘Should the UK be concerned about sugar?’ This latest publication was written by […]
June 3, 2015

Strategy roundtable on achieving Healthy Sustainable Dietary Guidelines for the UK

FRC in collaboration with the Eating Better alliance recently hosted a roundtable bringing together civil society organisations and academics from public health, environment, social justice and […]