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Become a food citizen

Six simple steps to become a food citizen.

1. Try and eat food that is better for your health and the planet

2. Support the food economy of your region, and get involved in it

3. Be picky when shopping, avoid waste

4. Question the status quo, demand what you want from food retailers

5. Use surplus food as a way to connect with others in your community

6. Find your voice, talk to your peers, share and spread the movement

 

Get involved with our work – join our Gleaning Network, create a community feast and harvest the fruits of your local area.

 

Latest updates in this campaign

The Future of Gleaning
The Future of Gleaning 15th Apr 19

Back in 2012 Feedback took a small group of volunteers to a…

A Recipe for a Rainy Day
A Recipe for a Rainy Day 12th Apr 19

Best laid plans and all that. Here at Team North we’re used…

British Sugar: Too Much of a Bad Thing
British Sugar: Too Much of a Bad Thing 11th Mar 19

Feedback's Executive Director Carina Millstone explains why growing sugar in the UK…

Food Citizenship… what is it all about?
Food Citizenship… what is it all about? 17th Jan 19

Claire Woodhill, Youth Engagement Officer for Feedback, explains how we can reconnect…

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