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London’s Food Strategy was successfully developed under Mayor Ken Livingstone, and taken forward under Mayor Boris Johnson, guided by the London Food Board. With a modest, but significant budget it has been able to make progress in many of the areas outlined in this document. But much more work still needs to be done to make London’s food system healthy and sustainable, for the benefit of everyone.
Sustain is a national alliance for food and farming organisations, which also runs London Food Link, a city-wide network for people and organisations interested in improving the healthiness and sustainability of the capital’s food. In the forthcoming Mayoral elections (due May 2012), we want all Mayoral candidates to pledge to retain the London Food Board, the London Food Strategy and the budget to:
The report 'Menu for Change: How a commitment to good food can help the candidates for London Mayor' gives more detail on how these important aims can be achieved.