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It has today (14.6.21) been announced that Cardiff has been awarded Silver Sustainable Food Places status, becoming the first place in Wales and one

Cardiff Salad Garden will open its beautiful and inspiring 6 metre living salad mobile workshop, nestled in the heart of Cardiff’s Bute Park.  It will be open until June 8th and will welcome more than 150 participants to learn more about planting, growing, harvesting and cooking salad leaves.

Ahead of the first-ever World Refill Day next month (16th June) City to Sea is encouraging a new wave of signups to the Refill app. They are welcoming businesses who already allow customers to bring their own containers or offer packaging- free options, or those who are looking to trial a refill service for the first time.

The latest #GoodFoodCardiff story is from Megan, who is part of the Enactus society and studying Nutrition and Dietetics at Cardiff Metropolitan University.

Food Cardiff’s rapidly growing partnership has evolved into a dynamic, strong and inclusive network of good food activists. In 2021, Food Cardiff’s our partnership

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

 Food System Commission needed to transform public health, farming and the environment says new policy alliance On Thursday, December 3rd, Food Policy Alliance Cymru

Thousands of people across the city have taken part in the first Good Food Cardiff Autumn Festival. Community groups, gardens, local businesses and schools

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

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

Have you been growing your own food this summer and found yourself overwhelmed with courgettes or other fresh produce? If you would like to

Independent food and drink businesses in Wales are calling on the public to ‘eat independent, support local’ when the “Eat Out to Help Out”