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Food Legacy project seeks volunteer support

Please consider helping the Food Legacy project officer to recruit more caterers and food businesses to help fulfil the ambitions of the London 2012 Food Vision

Food Legacy volunteer


Organisation: Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming, a registered charity
Salary: Unpaid, voluntary – travel and lunch expenses paid, up to £10 per day
Location: Sustain’s office in Angel Islington, North London
Part-time: Two or three days per week
Website: www.foodlegacy.org
Contact email: Melissa@sustainweb.org


Food Legacy is a programme of work inspired by the London 2012 Food Vision, seeking to promote healthy and sustainable food in the catering and events sectors, and to promote opportunities for sustainable food suppliers. Sustain is looking for an enthusiastic volunteer to help with the campaign significantly to increase healthy and sustainable food buying in the catering sector, and helping sustainable food businesses, including smaller businesses and social enterprises, take advantage of the many opportunities presented by London’s hosting of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Applications: Please send your CV and covering email addressing why you would like to volunteer for the Food Legacy programme, to Melissa Hayles: melissa@sustainweb.org.

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Published 31 May 2012

Food Legacy: The campaign, launched October 2011, is inspired by the London 2012 Food Vision adopted by the organisers of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Food Legacy asks caterers, restaurants, event organisers and hospitality organisations to commit publicly to taking steps to improve the healthiness, ethics and sustainability of the food they serve.

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