The Bradford Good Food Strategy has been co-produced with individuals and representatives from a range of local organisations, businesses, researchers and academics, the public sector, voluntary sector and various teams across the council. We have created a shared vision for putting healthy and sustainable food at the heart of the Bradford district.
Over a period of 18 months, more than 100 stakeholders, organisations and senior leaders shared their knowledge and skills to collectively develop a vision for what our local food system should look like.
Between June and September 2022 we also conducted a substantial public consultation and engagement exercise which incorporated an online questionnaire, public workshops, interactive forums, Q&A, and substantial face-to-face engagement.
This report collates consultation and feedback on the strategy and action plan from the following documents:
A total of 1,058 responses have been analysed as part of this report.
It should be noted that the majority of the face to face consultations (737) were done with families and children attending the HAF programme and not just a single adult. However, for the purposes of this report, and due to the limited demographic data collected at those consultations, the data will present as if they were single consultations.
On Healthy Eating (Creating an Eating Well Culture)
On Food Insecurity (Tackling Food Insecurities)
On Markets and Local Growing (Community Led Food Growing)
On Climate Change (A Sustainable Food System for all)
(*Questions only asked on online survey)