Part of the purpose of the Eat Somerset project was to share knowledge and learning about what works. Over the course of the project a number of case studies were produced and published. This page provides an archive of the case studies.
A summary report on the Eat Somerset project is also available, published July 2009.
- Case study 1: Local convenience stores
- Case study 2: Getting local food into the wholesale market
- Case study 3: Meet the buyers events (July 2007 and April 2008, Bath and Bristol)
- Case study 4: Meet the buyers for the public sector (October 2008, Bristol)
Also available: detailed report of this Meet the buyers for the public sector event, which was organised in conjunction with South West Food and Drink.
- Case study 5: Food distribution mapping project, which was organised in conjunction with the Food Supply & Distribution strand of the Making Local Food Work programme (2008)
- Case study 6: Radstock Co-operative Society - success at last! (June 2009)
Eat Somerset: From 2006 to 2009 Sustain co-ordinated a food chain project in south west England that worked to increase trading between producer groups in and around Somerset and independent food retailers in the county, and create new markets in Bristol and Bath.
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