We want people to be eating healthier food with lower environmental impacts and wasting less.
A local resident runs a permaculture gardening group at Hanover Centre on Tuesday afternoons.
The Brighton and Hove Food Partnership – A non-profit which helps people learn to cook, eat healthily and to waste less food. The website has lots of information available under the support for you section.
Lewes Bread Club – Whilst a Brighton Bread Club is due to launch soon, the Lewes Bread Club and Community Kitchen running cooking and baking courses and hosting a load of other bread related activities.
The Casserole Club – This has recently been launched in the Hanover and Queens Park area, looking for cooks who are willing to share a plate and diners who are looking to receive. Check this link for more info on the project.
Love Food, Hate Food Waste -with over 60% of our food waste being avoidable and much of the rest being compostable, we all can benefit from some hints and tips on reducing food waste. The B&H Food Partnership website is a great starting point for hints & tips
Food Waste Collective – http://www.foodwastecollective.org/, Food Waste
A hub for local volunteers, activists, food businesses, charities and organisations tackling Brighton & Hove’s food waste together.
The Real Junk Food Project – intercepting food before it goes to landfill to serve at ‘Pay as you Feel’ Cafés.
OLIO – a free app connecting neighbours with each other and with local shops so surplus food and other items can be shared, not thrown away.
B&H Permaculture Trust Scrumping Project – picking fruit which would otherwise go to waste and processing it into delicious produce.
Allganics Wholefood Co-Op – http://bucfp.org/food/
Providing high quality organic, vegan and GM free foods, cleaning products and toiletries at the lowest cost possible to BUCFP regulars and the general public
Infinity Foods – http://www.infinityfoodswholesale.co.uk/delivery/
You can order the whole range of Infinity products in bulk and at a significant discount to be delivered to your home. Orders have to be over £250 but you could team up with other households and put in an order together.
Local Food Shops:
Wild Cherry – http://www.wildcherrybrighton.co.uk/ – Natural & Organic local deli/café and shop based on Queens Park Road.
Hilly Laine – http://www.hillylaine.co.uk/ – Natural & Organic shop based on Elm Grove and local deliveries.
Food Shed – http://www.foodshedbrighton.com/ – Local & Organic Food plus a rent a shelf scheme for smaller producers at The Open Market.
HISBE – http://hisbe.co.uk/ – Social enterprise supermarket working with suppliers and wholesalers who care about health, sustainability and trading fairly, based on York Place.
Local Food Producers:
Old Tree – http://oldtree.house/ – Making delicious, artisanal drinks from foraged ingredients.