How your organisation can improve the food within your office environment, to benefit staff, and help create a more sustainable food and farming system fit for the future.
What does the food you serve at meetings and events, and in the staff canteen, say about your organisation? What we choose to eat, how this food is produced, sold, and sadly often wasted, can have a huge impact on the environment, communities, health, farm animal welfare and the economy.
Please consider adopting a Good Food at Work policy, committing your organisation to improve the food you buy and serve to staff, visitors, clients and the public, and to help communicate Good Food principles. If you do adopt a Good Food Policy, tell us. Share your story and inspire other organisations to get involved. And demonstrate to the food manufacturing and catering industries that more and more of their customers would like to see food be healthier and more sustainable.
There are some simple things that organisations can do to implement a Good Food Policy:
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