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Community food retailing

Tuesday April 17th 2007 - The Assembly Rooms, Newcastle


Fareshare - Kath Elliot

Food Chain North East - Simon McCabe
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Eatwell in Sandwell - Angela Blair
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Holyhill Community Café: Showcasing Ireland - Tricia O'Donovan 
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Barriers to improving access to fresh fruit and vegetables through local retail provision - Simon McCabe: Food Chain North-East
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An Overview of Retailing in the Community from Scotland - Anita Aggarwal, Community Food and Health Scotland & Linda Newlands, Broomhouse Edinburgh
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County Durham Primary Care Trust (PCT)’s retailers project:  Working with Local Retailers to improve access to fresh fruit and vegetables - Donna Thompson, Durham PCT, Ziggy Shah, Shah’s Convenience Stores, Mick McMullen, Workplace Health Development Specialist
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East Lothian food coops as social enterprises - Angela Moohan, West Lothian Food and Health Development
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Food Access Network: The Food Access Network (FAN-UK) was formerly the Food Poverty project, and is now superseded by the Local Action on Food Network. These archive pages give background information on the activities of FAN-UK, which worked to tackle diet-related ill health amongst the UKs most disadvantaged communities.

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