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Sustainable Food Cities Photo Competition

We want to highlight and celebrate the amazing good food initiatives happening across the Network. If you would like your work to be featured in our key publications, send us high quality photos that really brings it to life!


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Turn the Tide Campaign

The MSC’s “Turn the Tide” campaign, has been launched at the UK’s No.1 fish and chip shop, Simpsons Fish & Chips in Cheltenham, and across a number of other MSC certified fish and chip shops across Britain. The campaign aims to show fish and chip fans that they have the power to end overfishing.

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Latest news

Bath & NES school meals achieve prestigious Silver Food For Life Catering Mark - 30/09/2016
Bath & North East Somerset Council’s school meals service has achieved the prestigious Silver Food ...

We're recruiting! SFC Network Manager & SFC Campaigns Coordinator - 29/09/2016
The Sustainable Food Cities Network has two great opportunities for someone with the right skills a...

UK has historical opportunity to end hunger and malnutrition - 29/09/2016
Frank Field MP, Chair of the APPG on Hunger and Food Poverty, talks of a historical opportunity for...

The UK's first food waste supermarket opens - 28/09/2016
The Real Junk Food Project has opened the first supermarket entirely stocked with products that wou...

Brits willing to go the extra mile for sustainable fish and chips - 23/09/2016
Four in five (80%) fish and chip fans believe that all of the UK’s 10,500 fish and chip shops shoul...

Upcoming events

Food Research Collaboration invites SFC members to workshop - 05/10/2016
Food Research Collaboration (FRC) invites SFC members to a workshop on improving collaboration betw...

Food Thinkers with Tim Lang: “First it’s exit the Corn Laws (1846). Then it’s Brexit (2016). Now what?” - 26/10/2016
Almost certainly the 2016 Referendum vote to leave the EU heralds one of the most important periods...

National Meals on Wheels Week - 07/11/2016
The NACC National Meals on Wheels week is a fundamental initiative created to raise the profile and...

Next steps for tackling obesity: prevention, sugar consumption and policy priorities - 16/11/2016
Taking place following the publication of revised Scottish Dietary Goals - which match SACN’s advic...

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Contacts

Tom Andrews
Soil Association
07 717 802 188
tandrews@soilassociation.org
www.soilassociation.org


Victoria Williams
Food Matters
0127 343 1713
victoria@foodmatters.org
www.foodmatters.org


Kath Dalmeny
Sustain
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kath@sustainweb.org
www.sustainweb.org


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