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Pasture-Fed Livestock Association

http://www.pfla.org.uk/pfla  

The PFLA is a grassroots community interest company comprising of farmers, butchers, academics and others who have an interest in developing the potential of pasture in the UK. Since its establishment in March 2011 the PFLA has created the Pastoral brand to provide a distinct identity for ruminant livestock reared purely and simply upon pasture. Find out more...


Neals Yard Remedies

http://www.nealsyardremedies.com

Also owned by the Kindersley family, Neals Yard Remedies produces natural, organic health and beauty products. Driven by a the passionate belief that health and beauty should be more natural, less synthetic and  that it is down to all of us to protect our precious planet.


Slow Food UK

http://www.slowfood.org.uk

Slow Food promote the greater enjoyment of food through a better understanding of its taste, quality & production. Working with local member groups across the country, their network of chefs and artisan producers, they deliver educational projects and events to reconnect people with where their food comes from, how and where it is produced and the implications of the choices we make on the environment, biodiversity and our own health.


GM Education

http://www.gmeducation.org/

If you are a citizen concerned about GM, this site provides you with all of the information you need to make sense of the science and evidence surrounding GM technology. It aims to raise the quality of public education and discussion on the issue, and allows visitors the chance to publicly express their concerns. 


The Soil Association

http://www.soilassociation.org

Campaigning for more organic production, the Soil Association advises everyone from the government to the consumer and are the leading UK certifier of standards for organic producers. Their website provides information on everything you need to know about organic food, events and recent news.


Mutton Renaissance

http://www.muttonrenaissance.org.uk

The Mutton Renaissance campaign was launched in 2004 by the Prince of Wales to support British sheep farmers who were struggling to sell their older animals, and to get this delicious meat back on the nation’s plates.


Bristol Independents

http://www.bristolindependents.co.uk

The ‘Bristol Independents’ campaign wants Bristol’s local economy to flourish and thrive. According to the New Economics Foundation, each pound spent with a local retailer selling local produce puts twice as much money back into the local economy as a pound spent in a national multiple.


 

Triodos Bank

http://www.triodos.co.uk

Triodos Bank invests exclusively in organisations and businesses with social, environmental and cultural objectives, financing organisations across the UK’s organics industry. The UK’s leading ethical savings and investment bank has successfully supported hundreds of organics businesses bringing a genuine, shared commitment to the organics movement.