Help Food Cardiff develop our new three year, city-wide good food strategy

We want everyone in the city to have to have a voice, and to help shape the goals, outcomes and actions of Cardiff’s good food strategy. We want as many people as possible to play their part in transforming Cardiff’s food system into one that is healthy, sustainable, thriving, empowering, and connected. The consultation will be open from the 17th February – 17th March 2021

Food Cardiff is looking for new volunteer board members. Come and join us!

Do you want to help shape and influence the food we grow, buy and eat? Passionate about engaging with people, communities and organisations across the whole of Cardiff, encouraging them to become a part of the food future of the capital? If so, perhaps you’d be interested in becoming a voluntary board member of Food Cardiff?

Food Cardiff Strategic Support Needed

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 3RD FEBRUARY Food Cardiff is looking for an experienced freelancer or company to support the strategic development and writing of a city-wide food strategy  Project Background   Food Cardiff believes that food should be good for people, good for the place we live, and good for our planet – as well as being affordable and tasty. Good […]

Food Cardiff and Food Power join forces to help support families in Cardiff 

Food Cardiff’s Food and Poverty group is to receive £17,000 worth of funding to support children and families at risk of food insecurity during the coronavirus pandemic. ‘Food Power for Generation Covid’ is a joint initiative with Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming, which will help provide food for vulnerable children and their […]

Wales can have the most secure and sustainable food system in the world

 Food System Commission needed to transform public health, farming and the environment says new policy alliance On Thursday, December 3rd, Food Policy Alliance Cymru – a coalition of organisations and stakeholders building and promoting a collective vision for the Welsh food system – will be presenting its Manifesto to Senedd Cymru’s Cross Party Group on […]

Thousands take part in first Good Food Cardiff Autumn Festival

Thousands of people across the city have taken part in the first Good Food Cardiff Autumn Festival. Community groups, gardens, local businesses and schools organised 45 events and activities in the last two months which attracted around 4,000 attendees and distributed more than 5,000 vegetable plants grown by Cardiff Council’s Bute Park Nurseries to encourage […]

Online event to discuss the future of Food Systems within the Cardiff City Region

On Saturday, November 7th, people living and working within the Cardiff City Region will have the opportunity to contribute to a discussion around the futures of food systems by taking part in the ‘Field to Fforc’ online event. Food Cardiff are partnering with researchers at the Sustainable Places Research Institute, Cardiff University to host the […]

New Cardiff Covid-19 Food Response report published

Covid-19 has brought tremendous challenges on all aspects of our society. As a result of the pressure exerted on the food system from demand (panic buying), availability of resource (staff and volunteers) and closure of public services (e.g. children accessing Free School meals, day centres for older adults) there were, and continue to be, three […]

Autumn Festival- What’s On

We have some fantastic events lined up for the Autumn Festival. With a mix of online and in person events, you are sure to find something to get involved with! Find out more here.