The Sustainable Food Cities approach involves developing a cross-sector partnership of local public agencies, businesses, academics and NGOs committed to working together to make healthy and sustainable food a defining characteristic of where they live.

The Network helps people and places share challenges, explore practical solutions and develop best practice on key food issues. Some fabulous examples of how the approach has been applied in Hull, Belfast, Brighton and Hove, Carderdale, Newcastle, and others!

Find out more: www.sustainablefoodplaces.org

What we love about it:

Using food to bring everyone together to improve their communities, and creating a local network of like-minded citizens and organisations!

Do check out what the Sustainable Food Places movement looks like across UK regions:

Beans in toast: UK should switch to broad bean bread, say researchers https://t.co/XvmcjkVfzW
Check out "The Long Lunch Seminar" @CRIPACC1 ‘What is the role of school food in promoting social justice, health and environmental sustainability?’

Thurs 9th Feb - book your place

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With the government slashing its funding to operations like @FareShareUK, there isn't enough food to meet demands. Sign the petition below & voice your support for families who are struggling: https://t.co/8elA8wBoET via @UKChange