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Good Food Cardiff Autumn Festival tackles food insecurity and isolation

Community groups, gardens, neighbourhoods, markets and social enterprises are coming together this month to create a new covid-safe festival of food and growing. The Good Food Cardiff Autumn Festival will be a month-long programme of physically-distanced and virtual events which is aiming to involve thousands of people in growing, cooking and sharing food throughout the […]

Veg Donation Directory – as of 25th August 2020

Have you been growing your own food this summer and found yourself overwhelmed with courgettes or other fresh produce? If you would like to donate your produce to local food projects, we’ve started a list of places able to accept. If you are part of a food project and would like to be added, please […]

Opportunity: Food Cardiff Events Co-ordinator

Following the success of “Cardiff Growing Together”, a collective project to distribute almost 14,000 plants, seeds and growing kits during lockdown, Food Cardiff is supporting a Covid-19 secure, city-wide festival of food in order to support communities to grow their own food, share produce, connect with communities and build resilience through the next stage of […]

Cardiff cafes unite to keep reusables on the menu

A group of local, independent coffee shops and restaurants has teamed up to promote #ContactlessCoffee and encourage the safe and hygienic use of reusable coffee cups as lockdown restrictions lift. Pettigrew Bakery & Tearooms, Bloc Coffee, Brodies Coffee, Dusty Knuckle and The Little Man Garage have all pledged to accept reusable cups again as they reopen, and to offer discounts and special offers to the […]

#GoodFoodCardiff Stories: Eileen Wong

The latest #GoodFoodCardiff story is about how lockdown has made The Wongs slow down, be happy and live a more sustainable life by growing and cooking their own food.

#GoodFoodStories: The Grassroots Team

Since launching #GoodFoodCardiff to celebrate the positive things happening around food during this pandemic, we’ve been overwhelmed with the response and wanted to share some of the stories here. If you would like to share your story you can submit it here.

Today we hear about the massive team effort from Dan Wilson, Lee Wright, Louise Coombs, Sasha Griffiths and Gareth Bendle and many more at Cardiff Youth Service, to help young people grow and cook food during lockdown.

#GoodFoodCardiff Stories: Chloe

Introducing #GoodFoodCardiff stories! Since launching #GoodFoodCardiff to celebrate the positive things happening around food during this pandemic, we’ve been overwhelmed with the response and wanted to share some of the stories here.

Our next #GoodFoodCardiff story is Chloe. Whilst helping write and edit the new Covid-19 food information hub pages, Chloe has been cooking lots and discovering new local suppliers.

#GoodFoodCardiff stories: Ahmed Ali

Introducing #GoodFoodCardiff stories! Since launching #GoodFoodCardiff to celebrate the positive things happening around food during this pandemic, we’ve been overwhelmed with the response and wanted to share some of the stories here.

First up is Ahmed Ali, who has been distributing food parcels and hot meals through the Al-Ikhlas Centre.

Cardiff Growing Together during lockdown

For more growing tips and resources click here for our ‘Grow Your Own Food’ page. Despite the challenges living under lockdown has brought, Food Cardiff have been inspired to see how so many of us are finding positives, particularly in using the time to become more self-sufficient with homegrown food. The demand for seeds and […]