We have prepared a case study highlighting Edinburgh’s local response to Covid-19. Many of our partners have been involved in coordinating the city’s local food response and working with the formal partnership between EVOC and the City of Edinburgh Council to provide and distribute food and other essential items to our vulnerable citizens. You can read […]
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A new briefing from Peas Please highlights that vegetable production in the UK is at a 20 year low and we’re still not eating enough of it. In Scotland, the average number of portions of veg eaten in those aged 11yrs+ is 2.3. Not eating enough veg has been shown to lead to poorer health. […]
Edible Edinburgh are delighted to be working with Open Seas to deliver the nationally recognised Sustainable Fish Cities campaign here in Edinburgh. Sustainable Fish Cities is an initiative conceived and supported by an alliance of not-for-profit organisations already working on sustainable seafood issues, coordinated by Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming. By teaming […]
Sustainable Food Places (SFP) is organising a Day of Celebration and Action on the 10th of June to showcase the incredible work local food partnerships are doing across the UK to meet the needs arising from the coronavirus crisis while continuing to work towards the shared goals of a more prosperous, equitable and sustainable food […]
A new campaign from Veg Power launches this week, focusing on encouraging consumers to eat seasonal vegetables. Veg Power have been asked by the Cabinet Office and DEFRA to rally support around an urgent food system issue as much of British seasonal veg destined for the food services industry is being wasted as schools, restaurants and hotels […]