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  York has now become a Sustainable Food City and has been registered as a member of the national Sustainable Food Cities Network.
We   want   York   to   be   a   city   where   it   is   easy   to   acquire   fresh,   locally   produced,   environmentally   sustainable   food   –   a   city   where   there   is   no need   to   worry   about   how   much   your   food   has   contributed   to   global   warming,   deforestation   or   greenhouse   gas   emissions.   We   want   the   food we eat to help sustain local food producers and help develop a varied, reliable local economy. Here   at   good   Food   York   we’re   working   to   make   this   happen   –   we   want   to   support   individuals   to   buy   more   food   from   local   independent growers   and   sellers,   grow   their   own   food   at   home   or   in   community   allotments,   to   prepare   fresh,   healthy   meals   and   to   waste   as   little   food   as possible.   We   want   to   help   businesses   and   organisations   to   procure   healthy,   sustainable   food   that   helps   strengthen   the   local   economy:   in turn, we’d like these local enterprises to help and enable the local community to come together to grow, cook and celebrate healthy food.
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  York   has   now   become   a   Sustainable Food City and has been registered as      a      member      of      the      national Sustainable Food Cities Network.
We   want   York   to   be   a   city   where   it   is   easy   to   acquire   fresh,   locally produced,   environmentally   sustainable   food   –   a   city   where   there   is   no need   to   worry   about   how   much   your   food   has   contributed   to   global warming,   deforestation   or   greenhouse   gas   emissions.   We   want   the food   we   eat   to   help   sustain   local   food   producers   and   help   develop   a varied, reliable local economy. Here   at   good   Food   York   we’re   working   to   make   this   happen   –   we   want to    support    individuals    to    buy    more    food    from    local    independent growers   and   sellers,   grow   their   own   food   at   home   or   in   community allotments,   to   prepare   fresh,   healthy   meals   and   to   waste   as   little   food as   possible.   We   want   to   help   businesses   and   organisations   to   procure healthy,   sustainable   food   that   helps   strengthen   the   local   economy:   in turn,   we’d   like   these   local   enterprises   to   help   and   enable   the   local community   to   come   together   to   grow,   cook   and   celebrate   healthy food.
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