Henry Dimbleby quits as government food tsar over ‘failure to tackle obesity’
Henry Dimbleby has resigned from his role as the government’s ‘food tsar’ so that he can criticise its lack of action against obesity.
Henry Dimbleby: extension of free school meals 'has to happen soon'
Henry Dimbleby, author of the National Food Strategy for England, has told MPs that the extension of free school meals to children on Universal Credit “has to happen and has to happen soon”.
Local procurement and waste reporting served up in government food plan but no obesity measures
Government’s response to National Food Strategy to be published early next year
Henry Dimbleby’s National Food Strategy calls for world-first tax on sugar and salt
Henry Dimbleby’s National Food Strategy has recommended that the government introduces a world-first sugar and salt[...]
Leon launches two-year CVA proposal as pandemic hits trading
Restaurant chain Leon has launched a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) proposal to try and secure the[...]
National Food Strategy says urgent action needed to feed children and protect food sovereignty
The first major review of the UK food system for 75 years has said urgent action[...]
Nearly £60,000 raised for Chefs in Schools via Belazu’s Virtual Banquet
Food supplier Belazu Ingredients has announced that its Chefs in Schools Virtual Banquet on 29 May[...]
Henry Dimbleby on creating a new manifesto for food and farming
The new National Food Strategy is arguably Henry Dimbleby’s biggest challenge to date. The co-founder of Leon is working across government and with the public to map out a new revolutionary vision for the UK’s beleaguered food and farming system."