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 the last year.
During 2019 six councils in London undertook projects to improve Good Food Retail in their boroughs, five with funding from the Mayor of London, one with funding from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity, and all supported by London Food Link as a partner.
Each approach has been unique to the local context, with councils focusing on one or more of the following objectives:
In this report we outline what’s been achieved to date, the challenges and learnings of different approaches and case studies of the boroughs' work.
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