The Granite City Good Food Charter is an opportunity for businesses and individuals to commit to an ethos around sustainable food, and to make commitments around changing behaviour and habits to think about the ways you can make sustainable food a bigger part of your lifestyle!
All changes made around the city make a big difference. By signing the charter, you are pledging:
By signing as an individual, you pledge to:
Follow a healthy diet: eat at least 5 portions of seasonal fruit and vegetables every day.
Buy more local and seasonal produce.
Grow your own food in an allotment, community garden, at home, or at work.
Cook your own meals from scratch using fresh, local, and sustainably sourced ingredients.
Compost, reduce food waste, and recycle packaging.
By signing as an organisation or community, you pledge to:
Procure sustainable, local, and responsibly sourced food.
Provide opportunities to grow food at work and within the community.
Increase access to healthy food and drinks in canteens and encourage staff to follow a healthy diet, including reduced sugar consumption.
To sign the Granite City Good Food Charter, scroll to the bottom of the page!