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Find out about the approaches and principles of some key players in the food citizenship movement.

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Co-operation Towns
Co-operation Towns
Unlike a food bank, where recipients are means tested and have no say in how the service is run, food co-ops are owned by their members, who decide together what to buy and how to run the co-op. They are not-for-profit groups, set up to meet members’ needs and are controlled by the people who join them. They are based on solidarity, not charity. While members have to contribute towards the cost of their shopping, food co-ops offer a great value for money.
Nature Friendly Farming Network
Nature Friendly Farming Network
Bringing farmers together to share knowledge and resources.
LEAF Education
LEAF Education
Inspiring young children to connect with farming and nature, while supporting teachers and farmers.
Flavour School
Flavour School
An NGO supporting schools to embed sensory food education in their teaching
Feedback
Feedback
An NGO working towards food system transformation through community feats, gleaning and local food economies
Travelling Spoon
Travelling Spoon
Connecting with local culture through food and building communities.
Abergavveny Food Festival
Abergavveny Food Festival
An annual celebration of food, gathering food producers and businesses, chefs and eaters from across the UK
Agricology
Agricology
A network to share practical information on sustainable practices with farmers and growers.
Sustainable Restaurant Association
Sustainable Restaurant Association
The Sustainable Restaurant Association exists to accelerate change towards a sustainable food system.
The Farmschool
The Farmschool
Experience/education/reconnecting to farming
Sustainable Fish Cities
Sustainable Fish Cities
Campaign to see unsustainable fish off the menu for good
Super Kitchen
Super Kitchen
A network of members who run social eating spaces, cooking for their communities with love