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Food charter for Cardiff

A food campaigner galvanises support for a Cardiff Food Charter


Organically-grown local meat, accessibility to such food will be promoted by the Cardiff Food Charter.

 A Cardiff Food Charter could be established by next year under an independent initiative to ensure access to local, healthy food.

The charter, supported by the Soil Association’s Sustainable Food Communities Programme, will set out strategies to create a sustainable food system enabling all Cardiff residents to obtain healthy, local food.

The document will be written after consultation with organisations operating within the food and sustainability sectors in Cardiff, as well as Cardiff University and statutory agencies such as Cardiff Council.

Organisations and individuals will be invited to sign up to the charter and take action to deliver on its objectives.

Steve Garrett, who is heading up the scheme said, “It’s not about preaching to people but making fresh, local produce readily available to the community.”

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