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On Thursday 9 November Food Cardiff took part in a Veg Summit, hosted by Food Sense Wales at Yr Egin in Carmarthen to celebrate the work and achievements of the Peas Please initiative in Wales.

Later this month, you are invited to join individuals, organisations and businesses from across the city for our final Food Cardiff network meet-up of the year!

Here, Laure shares three of her recipes that she demonstrated during the Good Food Cardiff Autumn Festival for you to try at home:

Here are some of the Good Food Cardiff Autumn Festival highlights, as shared by the food, growing and community groups who organised them.

Food Cardiff is supporting a pilot to develop new local agroecological supply chains into schools – specifically focusing on veg.

An ethos of sourcing locally, championing seasonality, and eradicating food waste has seen The Pasture Restaurant group secure a 3* ‘Food Made Good’ Rating from the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) – making them the first independently owned restaurant in Wales to achieve the respected accreditation.

“As a business, sustainability, locality, and the planet are so important to us; our aim is always to do minimal damage to the environment around us and we are always striving to do more wherever we can.”

The Good Food Cardiff Autumn Festival returns for its fourth year with a city-wide programme of food events this month which showcase the city’s good food movement.

Carol Adams is the Director of Food Adventure Social Enterprise Limited, and the founder of Back To Our Roots; a project which teaches people in Wales how to grow vegetables such as okra and callaloo.
In our latest blog post, Carol tells us why this was important to her

FoodCycle is a national charity that aims to make food poverty, loneliness and food waste a thing of the past for every community. We caught up with Suzanne Waring, the Wales Regional Manager for FoodCycle, to find out more.

The Good Food Cardiff Autumn Festival returns for its fourth year in September, with Food Cardiff offering grants to community groups to celebrate the abundance of autumn and promote seasonal planet-friendly food.

The Bridging the Gap programme, has been launched to tackle this challenge and create new ways to better enable low-income and marginalised communities to access affordable, healthy, planet-friendly food.