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Sustainable Food City - Exeter

posted 23 Jun 2015, 00:00 by Martyn Goss   [ updated 22 Aug 2017, 06:53 ]
In Devon, Exeter joins Plymouth in being recognised for its pioneering work to promote healthy and sustainable food and has become the 40th member of the Sustainable Food Cities Network, one of the fastest growing social movements in the UK today. Exeter and other cities such as Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Plymouth and London that have made exemplary progress in improving access to good food and in tackling issues key like food poverty and waste.  Exeter Community Food Network - which is a growing partnership of organisations that includes the City Council, businesses and community groups - will be sharing Exeter’s expertise and achievements and learning from other pioneers as part of a national good food movement. 
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