Exploring Scotland’s past, current and potential future relationship between co-operation, food and health.
Community Food and Health (Scotland)
Report from a pilot to promote maternal and infant nutrition and ‘Healthy Start’ in Falkirk
food poverty; maternal and infant nutrition;community cookery; international year of co-operatives
This publication gathers information from policies, research, and community food initiatives in Scotland to find out what difference community cookery makes to people in low-income communities.
This resource is a healthy eating manual of South Asian recipes from groups based in and around Edinburgh. Developed in cookery and nutrition workshops, held as part of the NHS Lothian Khush Dil Project between 2002 and 2008, the recipes are a mixture of traditional dishes and new creations that groups have worked to make healthier »
CFHS fact sheet that summarises the feedback obtained from 12 of the 15 community food retailers funded by CFHS to run promotional activities in January and February 2012.
CFHS fact sheet that explores the use of economic evidence in the third sector.
Notes from a round table discussion held on 31 July on ‘constructive food and health policy and practice in the face of austerity’.
Report from the event held on 6 June 2012 at Discovery Point in Dundee.
This publication is based on the experiences of community groups and agencies throughout Scotland and shows how they have addressed some of the issues that groups have concerns about when planning to set up and deliver cookery sessions.