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Cardiff: How developing a Sustainable Food City programme has helped build the Food Cardiff brand

Find out about the launch of Food Cardiff's new website and their exciting ideas for the future of food in Cardiff


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From 2014 we’re challenging cities in the network to take action to improve procurement in their city.

 Our Sustainable Fish Cities campaign is a great first step to doing wider work around procurement. Whether you’re getting involved in the fish campaign or not, we want to help you. 

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Latest news

FOODLOGICA reducing food miles - 01/10/2014
FOODLOGICA is a new logistical service designed to clean the last mile of Amsterdam’s local food sy...

Power to Change Fund - 30/09/2014
Power to Change is a new initiative which will invest up to £150 million to support the development...

MSc Researching Holistic Approaches to Agroecology - 24/09/2014
Are you interested in wider issues of sustainable food production? Are you engaged in a sustainable...

It's not too late to enter Get Gobby and win £500 - 24/09/2014
Get Gobby is a challenge prize organised by Friends of the Earth – available to students and to com...

Upcoming events

Soil Association Conference - 08/10/2014
Transforming the way we eat, farm and care for the natural world. Chaired by Farming Today’s Charlo...

Autumnal Ambles with Liverpool Food People - 10/10/2014
Liverpool Food People - Together we nourish our city Join us this October for a series of inspirati...

Wells Food Festival, Somerset - 12/10/2014
Wells Food Festival in Somerset is an ambitious local festival that wants to address food sustainab...

Nourish Conference: Our Common Wealth of Food - 16/10/2014
Nourish Conference 2014 Can we use a Common Wealth approach to food? There is enough food for every...

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Tom Andrews
Soil Association
0117 314 5165
tandrews@soilassociation.org
www.soilassociation.org

Clare Devereux
Food Matters
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clare@foodmatters.org
www.foodmatters.org

Ben Reynolds
Sustain
020 7065 0902
ben@sustainweb.org
www.sustainweb.org

Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
Sustainable Food Cities is funded by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation