At Food Cardiff we believe that good food means fair food: it should be good for people, good for the place we live in, and good for our planet, as well as being affordable and nutritious. By promoting healthy, sustainable and ethical food, as part of a thriving local economy, we can improve health and wellbeing, and create a more vibrant, connected and prosperous city.
Members: City of Cardiff Council; Cardiff and Vale UHB public Health Dieticians; Fareshare Cymru Wrap Cymru; Cardiff Foodbank (Trussell Trust); C3SC; ACE; Business in the community; Albany Baptist Church
Established: Food Cardiff has been working specifically on Food Poverty since January 2015.
Video recorded at the Food Power national conference 2018
Optimising family income in Cardiff (May 2019)
Working with Cardiff Council’s money advice team and Cardiff and Vale University Health Boards Public Health and Dietetic team to develop resources and training around food poverty for frontline staff.
The Green House
244-254 Cambridge Heath Road
Food Power is a project of Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming.