The Good Food for London report measures progress and encourages London councils to take action on good food. It measures action on 11 different good food measures, from food growing, encouraging breastfeeding, school food, Fairtrade and fair pay. Scores range from 88 to 13 per cent. The Good Food for London league table 2017 is topped by the London Borough of Greenwich, followed by Islington, Tower Hamlets, Lewisham and Waltham Forest.
London boroughs league table
Part 1: Mapping support for good food
Part 2: Further actions for good food by London boroughs
London Food Link
Briefing on organising food for vulnerable people in Covid-19 lockdown - integrating wholesale - for local authorities and Local Resilience Forums...
This summary report captures what’s been achieved by a cohort of councils working on Good Food Retail with the support of London Food Link over...
Beyond the Food Bank 2019 is the fifth edition of London’s comprehensive food poverty profile. The report looks at what local authorities...
In our annual London borough league table and series of good food maps, we shine a light on which boroughs are leading the way in creating a better...
Features in this issue include: Urban Food Fortnight pullout guide, Community souperheroes, Chef Supported Agriculture, Chef Tom Hunt's...
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