This publication highlights the important contribution that community food initiatives are making towards achieving Scotland’s national outcomes.
In 2008 CFHS commissioned Blake Stevenson to look at what, if anything, had changed since 2006, when CFHS launched its food, health and homelessness intiative. The research findings are the basis of much of the material in this report.
A report from the Scottish Community Diet Project’s seminar on building food partnerships and developing local strategies held in Stirling. Includes Sustain and Food and Poverty Network.
The report of a seminar that explored the different approaches towards regional food and health strategies across Scotland and the support available for them.