Emma Poneskis, a final year Economics student at the University of Plymouth, is currently studying the impact of the 2018 UK Sugar Tax on consumption choices and its consequent impact on NHS costs, as part of a large project. Emma is looking for participants of all ages and backgrounds to complete an online questionnaire which…
Food Plymouth is the City’s recognised Local Food Partnership
A ‘central connecting hub’ for all food-related matters in the City.
Our multi-sector award winning partnership, founded in 2010, comprises a diverse mix of agencies, organisations, businesses, community groups and individual citizens, all working together to actively promote and lobby for healthy, sustainable and affordable food as a driver for positive change.
The collaborative work of the Food Plymouth partnership is expressed through the six strands of our action plan, each of which focuses on transforming a different aspect of our food system. The six themes are illustrated in our symbolic lighthouse diagram, detail for each theme can be found on the Actions page.