The December edition of the journal Nutrition Bulletin, published by the British Nutrition Foundation, examines the complex nutrition and health factors associated with the challenge of achieving a sustainable and secure food supply.
The issue, entitled ‘Achieving a Healthy Sustainable Diet: an Integrated Approach’ contains a series of papers presenting evidence and arguments from all sides of the sustainability debate. Its topics range from food production and supply, to consumption patterns and public health implications.
Following a foreword by Professor Sir John Beddington, the Chief Scientific Advisor to the UK Government, the papers address the following topics:
- Global food supply: a challenge for sustainable agriculture
- Sustainable consumption - UK Government activity
- A UK public health perspective: what is a healthy sustainable diet?
- Challenges and opportunities for sustainable livestock production in the UK
- Increasing fish consumption for better health - are we being advised to eat more of an inherently unsustainable protein?
- Securing a sustainable British horticulture industry
- Does consuming seasonal foods benefit the environment? Insights from recent research
- Making sustainable choices easier
- Food and drink waste from households in the UK
- The food industry perspective: a collection of case studies
The Journal can be accessed here (with subscriptions only).
28 Nov 2011
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