Beyond the Food Bank 2016 is the second edition of London’s comprehensive food poverty profile. The report looks at what local authorities are doing to reduce food poverty across a range of measures.
Which boroughs are leading the way in tackling food poverty in their areas?
Recommendations for action
About this report
Actions London boroughs are taking to reduce food poverty
Recently published resources
The data in the report is provided by boroughs themselves. The draft report is then sent to boroughs and other partner organisation and experts to check prior to publication. Since publication of the report, boroughs have provided the following updates:
Subject to submissions to our 2017 survey of boroughs, this information will be included in the 2017 Beyond the Food Bank report which will be published in autumn 2017.
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