Community food sector as a key contributor to health

In 2007 the Scottish Government launched its National Performance Framework which includes one overarching purpose, strategic objectives, 15 national outcomes and 45 national indicators. This outcomes focused approach details the national outcomes which the Scottish Government believe need to be achieved in order to make Scotland wealthier and fairer, safer and stronger, smarter, greener and healthier. The national outcomes also directly inform Single Outcome Agreements.

Considering this framework, CFHS have been exploring the national outcomes and how to highlight the contribution community food initiatives are making to the desired changes for Scotland. In order to ensure that the contribution made by community food initiatives is recognised we want to demonstrate how it is made and what it looks like in practice.

More information and a template to complete is available from the Current Work section

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