London Food was set up in November 2003 to help improve the health of Londoners and look at ways of making London's food more sustainable.

London Food works to develop activities and policies, which support a sustainable food system in the capital. This includes

  • Reducing the environmental impact of London's food chain
  • Supporting a vibrant food economy, especially through education and skills development and enhancing the status of food workers
  • Improving Londoners' health via the food they eat and reducing health inequalities
  • Improving access to food (particularly through planning and regeneration) and celebrating London's culinary cultural and ethnic diversity
  • Developing London's food security

Chair of London Food is Rosie Boycott. [1]

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  1. Greater London Authority, November 4 2008

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