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In partnership with Sustain’s Ethical Eats catering network and A Greener Festival, the Food Legacy programme is proud to present the Good Food Guide for Festival and Street-food Caterers. The aim of this guide is to provide practical advice to festival and other events caterers on how to implement positive changes.
It draws on the experience of pioneering event and street-food caterers who are using their dishes to improve the health and wellbeing of visitors, the livelihoods of farmers and other food providers, the welfare of farm animals, the conservation of precious wildlife and fish stocks, and the sustainability of our food system.
The guide contains top ten good food tips for stall-holders:
The Good Food Guide for Festival and Street-Food Caterers includes inspiring case studies from green catering pioneers such as Sarah Moore, Street Kitchen and Squid & Pear. To accompany this publication, Sustain has also produced The Good Food for Festivals Guide, providing advice and practical suggestions for festival organisers to serve fresh, delicious and sustainable food, which also includes inspiring case studies of what can be achieved on good food, from leading annual events such as Glastonbury Festival, Latitude, Shambala and the Thames Festival.
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