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Good Food on the Public Plate

Although the Good Food on the Public Plate (GFPP) project came to an end in March 2012, you can still use the tips here to help improve the food your organisation buys and serves.    

Good Food on the Public Plate

We are pleased that we have exceeded the project milestones agreed with the Greater London Authority (GLA) and that we leave a legacy that will ensure the continuation of this important practical work to promote sustainable food in London’s public sector organisations.  Find out more

Write a sustainable food policy…

To make all aspects of your food and catering more sustainable.

Run a Feel Good Food day…

To showcase the sustainable aspects of your food to your customers.

Providing good food in schools... How to do it with, or without, local authority help

This report provides information and recommendations to schools and local authorities about economically viable ways of providing good quality food.  Though most relevant to London boroughs and schools, this report may also be helpful to local authorities and schools across England.

Good food at great prices for in house caterers...

How to buy good food – tasty, healthy and sustainable – at a fair price through a London buying consortium.

Good Food on the Public Plate Awards 2012

In their third year, the Good Food on the Public Plate (GFPP) awards recognised and celebrated the best of London’s public sector caterers and food procurement staff for increasing the sustainability of the food and drink they serve.

Good Food on the Public Plate

Good Food on the Public Plate (GFPP) provided a wide range of assistance to a diverse cross-section of London's public sector organisations including local authorities, hospitals, universities and care homes, to enable them to use more sustainable food in their catering.

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