The Sustainable Food Partnership proudly hosted the first Bradford Good Food Strategy Symposium on November 13th to formally launch the district’s new food strategy.
110 people attended the event along with a panel of expert speakers to discuss and understand the complexities of the food system and encourage everyone to become advocates of good food.
Putting accessible and nutritious food for all at the heart of policies and actions is key so attendees were asked to recognise their organisations, services or department’s role to play (No matter how small!) can make a difference to the collective effort.
The event saw the launch of a new promotional video to help engage residents from across the district in improving the food system. To watch the video click here and to see our top tips on ways you can improve the food system click here.
We also launched a toolkit for local partners and organisations to understand their role. To access the toolkit click here.
Attendees were asked to submit a poster before the event to promote the great work they’re doing, including projects, case studies, good news stories, research, and other actions relating to the new good food strategy outcomes;
There were 14 fantastic posters submitted in the following four categories with winners of each category selected on the day:
Click to view the posters:
LW children and families service – Creating An Eating Well Culture (to follow)