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#NourishElectionAsks – Ask 1: Cross-sector Food Partnerships

With the local elections right around the corner, Nourish is asking candidates to support their ideas for how Local Authorities can catalyse some vital changes in our food system. Full details of the #NourishElectionAsks and how to sign up as a supporter are available here. From now, […]

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Good Food Nation Bill in Programme for Government

Creative commons, ecologically grown vegetables

Press Release for Immediate Release Nourish Scotland welcomes the Scottish Government’s commitment to begin consultation on a Good Food Nation Bill in 2017. [1] Executive Director Pete Ritchie said ‘This legislation has the potential to be world-leading, we’re pleased the Scottish Government sees the need for a […]

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Brexit and food: what does anyone know?

Fruit and veg with label "Brexit must mean better"

As we stumble through the most inept period in British politics since Suez, it is only human to look for opportunities to make the best of it.  While we wait for Theresa May to start lifting the veil of uncertainty (is she really committed to leading her […]

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2016 Global Nutrition Report: Nourish’s take on what the Scottish Government could do

The Global Nutrition Report ‘From Promise to Impact, Ending malnutrition by 2030’ 2016 was released today. The report is the only independent and comprehensive annual review of the state of the world’s nutrition.  You can find it on Twitter as @GNReport or #NutritionReport.

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Local Food Survey Report Launch

This Thursday 18th June we will be launching the report from our Local Food Survey, and well as our new and exciting collaboration with Big Barn and we’d love you to join us.  Sadly we can’t pay for your show entry  but please do come along if […]

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Get involved this May

Join the campaign against TTIP The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP, is currently being negotiated between the EU and the US. This trade deal aims to remove ‘non-tariff barriers to trade’: There’s already very little obstacle to trade between the EU and the US at […]

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