A report on the work undertaken by micro funding recipients and findings from a learning event.
Topic: food co-op
Exploring Scotland’s past, current and potential future relationship between co-operation, food and health.
Outlines the main findings from the study together with recommendation for action by the Scottish Government, local authorities and local communities.
Through its work CFHS was aware that a number of housing associations were involved in delivering or supporting community food and health work. This publication showcases some examples of housing associations involved in community food and health work.
Recipe for Success: Going Forth conference; Food Practices in an Institutional Context – Children, Care and Control; Edinburgh Cyrenians; Confidence to Cook; Weaning Toolkit; Third Sector Enterprise Fund
National Food and Drink policy; Obesity Route Map; Love Food; Healthyliving award; Making the Case; REHIS
Notes from a roundtable discussion on community retailing in hospital hosted by Community Food and Health (Scotland) on 14 January 2010
CFHS commissioned EKOS to produce a report on the evaluation of the SGF Healthy Living programme pilot. The pilot rolled out the training and resources available through the programme to 27 community food initiatives. The evaluation looks at the impact that the pilot has made on the community food initiatives involved, and includes case studies »
This study, commissioned by CFHS, includes a mapping of current community food and health activity, details of the local and national policy context, and a number of options relating to the development of the Glasgow Community Food Network, including the establishment of a distribution hub in Glasgow.
A guide developed in partnership with West Lothian Council, West Lothian Health and Care Partnership and West Lothian Food and Health Development (WELFEHD) to support local communities to realise their idea of starting a community led food project (known as food co-ops in West Lothian). This guide will give you some food for thought and »