Beyond the Food Bank 2018 is the fourth 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.
Two major changes have been made to the 2018 top line measures. The first combines the two measures on childcare provision and children’s centres into one measure. This is now called “Provide high quality affordable childcare and maximize the value of children’s centres”. The second expands on the measure previously dedicated to 365 days food provision for children to make a clearer distinction between children accessing food during term time, and outside school when many face holiday hunger. These new measures are titled as follows: “Improve the implementation and uptake of free school meals” and “Secure children’s access to food during the holidays”. 23 councils responded to this year’s survey.
Beyond the Food Bank 2019 is the fifth edition of London’s comprehensive food poverty profile. The report looks at what local authorities...
The Healthy Start voucher scheme helps low-income pregnant women and young children in England, Wales and Northern Ireland to buy fruit, vegetables,...
Briefing on the impact of no-deal Brexit on food supplies, standards, prices and Sustain’s call for a no-deal Brexit hardship fund.
This short report presents six case studies of meals on wheels services from around the UK. The case studies include information on services’...
The case studies produced by Sustain, Sustainable Food Cities and the National Association of Care Catering outline how these meals on wheels...
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