Exploring Scotland’s past, current and potential future relationship between co-operation, food and health.
Topic: social enterprise
CFHS fact sheet that explores the use of economic evidence in the third sector.
This publication looks at the work of several community food initiatives that are, or have been, running fruit and vegetables in hospitals and other health service premises.
Since 2008 CFHS has offered a range of learning and development opportunities around social enterprise. An evaluation of these activities was recently carried out with the participants.
This report, commissioned by CFHS from Rock Solid Social Research, is based on an evaluation of the Food Train in terms of its economic value.
Notes from a roundtable discussion on community retailing in hospital hosted by Community Food and Health (Scotland) on 14 January 2010
In 2006 Community Food and Health (Scotland) produced ‘Minding Their Own Business’, an introduction to business and social enterprise for organisations supporting local communities tackling inequalities in diet and health. Minding Their Own Business Too is a companion to this toolkit. In response to suggestions from people involved in community food and health work, it …
National Food and Drink Policy; Scottish Grocer’s Federation Healthy Living programme; SCOFF new recruits; Pilton Community Health Project; Barri Grubb
Schools and school age children; REHIS Elementary Food and Health course; cooking with substitutes; Moray Access to Health Project
In September 2008 we ran two tours to organisations in Aberdeen and Edinburgh delivering services for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and operating as social enterprise.