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Fare Choice Issue 80

Special offer

(August 2019)

Milestone edition of our regular newsletter, published in August 2019, featuring updates from the CFHS team, food and health policy news, and features from the community food and health sector. Fare Choice Issue 80

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Fare Choice Issue 79

Special offer

(March 2019)

February 2019 edition of our regular newsletter,  featuring updates from the CFHS team, food and health policy news and practice, and features from the community food and health sector.

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Fare Choice Issue 78

building blocks

(August 2018)

August 2018 edition of our regular newsletter,  featuring updates from the CFHS team, food and health policy news and practice, and features from the community food and health sector.

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Chopping and changing

evidence and ideas to improve the impact of your cooking skills courses

(March 2018)

This report is for anyone who runs, manages or commissions cooking skills courses. It uses evidence from a realist self-evaluation study group to show the impact of cooking skills courses on people who are affected by health inequalities: vulnerable people and parents managing on a low income.

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What’s cooking in Scotland?

A snapshot of community skills activities in 2017

(March 2018)

Community Food and Health (Scotland) ran a short online survey during the summer of 2017 to get a snapshot of cooking skills activities for people living on low incomes in Scotland during that year. This short report presents the findings from this survey.

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Fare Choice Issue 77

Express yourself

(February 2018)

February 2018 edition of our regular newsletter,  now published twice yearly, featuring updates from the CFHS team, food and health policy news and practice, and features from the community food and health sector.

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Strengthening the future for community retailers

A consolidation and reflection of research looking at the sustainability of community retailing

(January 2018)

This publication is an accessible summary of research carried for us out in 2016 by the University of Stirling’s Institute for Retail Studies. It looked at the sustainability of community retailing. It includes the research’s key finding and recommendations. Strengthening the future for community retailers (pdf)

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Staying power

A consolidation and reflection of research looking at the sustainability of community retailing

(January 2018)

This publication consolidates and reflects on the key findings and recommendations included in five pieces of research about community retailing, which were carried out between 2007 and 2016 It also considers notes and reports of a community retailing round table, and events and meetings held for community retailers and stakeholders. Staying power (pdf)

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Fare Choice Issue 76

Between friends

(October 2017)

October 2017 edition of our regular newsletter, featuring updates from the CFHS team, food and health policy news and practice, and features from the community food and health sector.

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Just getting on with it

How cooking skills courses in Scotland support people who are experiencing food insecurity

(June 2017)

Practitioners who run cooking skills courses have told us that they have worked with course participants who may be experiencing food insecurity and were struggling to feed themselves and their families. We wanted to explore this issue further by undertaking a short project to find out: what methods community cooking course practitioners currently use to support those …

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