We can encourage people to make healthy adjustments to their diets with simple behaviour techniques.
A lot of money is spent by food producers and retailers to try and influence the type of food we buy and eat. But what can be done to encourage healthier choices?
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What would you prefer: spleen diet, fish custard, or a modern prison meal?
For more effective food policies, consult the public.
This month, at tables across the planet, millennials are feasting on gamechanging ideas for a healthier future.
This week, I had the pleasure of sitting with Jessica Renzella - an Australian PhD student with Oxford University and a budding global health shaper. She told me about a new social campaign she’s leading…
Rotten to the core. Can Paris help create a less wasteful food system?
The food on our tables is central to the #COP21 debate and any Paris agreement must help build a system that moves us a long way from our current habits.
Pushing our luck. Without a food policy, Britain is struggling.
Britain is more worried about being a food trader than building a system that properly feeds its people.
New season asparagus from farmland on Melbourne’s city fringe.
Melbourne's farms currently supply over 40% of the city's food. But a growing population and urban sprawl mean by 2050 they'll supply half as much.
Tanna Island locals replanting crops, only days after Cyclone Pam hit Vanuatu.
Food has been scarce for many rural people in Vanuatu since Cyclone Pam -- but overall, they now have greater security of food supply than they did in the past.
Sheep farming would be protected by an Animal Welfare Commissioner.
Plaid Cyrmu's agricultural policies clash with Wales' current course of action.
The mad cow disease epidemic in the UK led to the creation of the Food Standards Agency, which put the public interest back into food policy.
When the English cricket team toured Australia last year they were ridiculed for their dietary requirements long before their humiliation on the pitch. But while English cricket may be wanting, England’s…