What does the food you serve at meetings and events, and in the staff canteen, say about your organisation? Every organisation has the power to make choices with a beneficial impact. This could be by improving the catering in your canteen or, for smaller organisations, the food you buy in for events and celebrations. You can also inspire your staff to improve what they eat at lunch, in the tea break or even at home.
Please consider adopting a Good Food at Work policy, committing your organisation to improve the food you buy and serve to staff, visitors, clients and the public, and to help communicate Good Food principles. If you do adopt a Good Food Policy, tell us. Share your story and inspire more organisations to get involved.
Sustain’s working definition, developed in consultation with our membership of expert organisations, is that of "healthy and sustainable food" - in other words, good food - should be produced, processed, bought, sold and eaten in ways that provide social benefits,contribute to thriving local economies that create good jobs and secure livelihoods, and enhance the health and variety of both plants and animals (and the welfare of farmed and wild creatures), protect natural resources such as water and soil, and help to tackle climate change.
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