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Cambridge Sustainable Food on a mission to get folk thinking about food




Cambridge Sustainable Food (CSF), which campaigns to achieve healthy and sustainable food for everyone, is staging a series of food-related events.

Cambridge Sustainable Food take over a unit in the The Grafton Centre, Cambridge. From left, Ann Thompson, Pip Emery, Gemma Birley, Ben Neely and Maria Tarvalho. Picture: Keith Heppell
Cambridge Sustainable Food take over a unit in the The Grafton Centre, Cambridge. From left, Ann Thompson, Pip Emery, Gemma Birley, Ben Neely and Maria Tarvalho. Picture: Keith Heppell

CSF has also launched a manifesto and promoted it on the first of these events, on Friday, October 11, at The Grafton Centre.

Volunteers and staff encouraged sign-ups on the day, and also explored the levels of understanding people have about sustainable food.

Gemma Birley of CSF. Picture: Keith Heppell
Gemma Birley of CSF. Picture: Keith Heppell

Sam Dyer, director and co-ordinator, said: “We want to raise the profile of healthy and sustainable food so that it becomes a mainstream topic.

“We can only do that by asking everybody what they think, as we build our action plan for the years ahead.”

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