News & events

Keep in touch with all the latest news and events associated with the Sustainable Food Cities Network.


Armed with local food partnerships, cities can help turn around the health, social, environmental and economic crises - 14/12/2017
The New Food Economy , an independent non-profit newsroom, has published an article on the revoluti...

Sustainable Food Cities... 4 years on and 51 members - 12/12/2017
As we embark on our 5th year funded by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, we are very pleased to welco...

Food Innovation Network innovation vouchers - 11/12/2017
Run by the Knowledge Transfer Network on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Aff...

UK playing catch-up on food sustainability - 06/12/2017
The 2017 Food Sustainability Index (FSI) uses 58 indicators to measure performance across food wast...

Planning for Health and Well-being in Cardiff - 06/12/2017
Cardiff Council has approved a ‘Planning for Health and Well-being Supplementary Planning Guidance’...

Food Power financial support available: Engaging experts by experience - 04/12/2017
Any food poverty alliance in the UK that is registered with Food Power is eligible to apply for up ...

Increasing numbers of fast foods close to schools - 01/12/2017
More than 400 schools across England have 20 or more fast food takeaways within a 400-metre radius ...

Rose Vouchers Launch in Liverpool - 01/12/2017
The Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Councillor Malcolm Kennedy, today launched a new scheme designed to su...

Help get more food hubs off the ground - 30/11/2017
There has been a growth in the number of food hubs and multi-functional food enterprises in recent ...

How resilient is your city’s food system? - 29/11/2017
Urban Food Futures provides a summary of the learning from the public unrest experienced by the Cit...


SUGAR SMART Webinar: new resources and national action - 16/01/2018
This webinar will give campaigners: - An overview of existing and new functionalities and resources...


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Soil Association
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Food Matters
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