• Sugar Smart UK

    Our 2017-18 campaign seeks to help cities reduce sugar consumption

  • Wandsworth

    Latest member of the Sustainable Food Cities Network

  • Webinars

    SUGAR SMART, 27th Sept 11am Tackling sugar over-consumption in your area

Food Power programme

Tackling food poverty through people-powered change

This new four-year UK-wide programme supports communities to develop responses to food poverty with the support of their peers from other communities across the UK. First round of financial support is open to applications for alliance development. Future funding will focus on annual thematic priorities, engaging experts by experience and evaluation. Deadline for first round is 8th November 2017


SUGAR SMART Webinar

Top tips, presentations and Q&A now available

Wednesday 27th September
Sustainable Food Cities and the SUGAR SMART team organised this webinar to provide you with an overview of the SUGAR SMART campaign and present ways in which we can support your work to tackle sugar over-consumption in your area. Read top tips from local campaigners.

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The Vegetable Summit is a pledging event, which forms part of the Peas Please intiative led by The ...

Food Durham Annual Gathering and launch of Durham Food Hub - 25/10/2017
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Community ownership of land and buildings: lessons and policy implications Scotland & the North - 16/11/2017
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Food Matters Live Conference - 21/11/2017
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Soil Association
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Victoria Williams
Food Matters
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www.foodmatters.org


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Sustain
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