Food Sovereignty: A Scottish Context

Mags Hall
14th April, 2015


Food Sovereignty was first proposed by the international peasants’ movement La Via Campesina in 1996. At its heart, it asserts that the people who produce and consume our food should be at the heart of our food system, rather than allowing global agribusiness to control the supply of this essential resource, exposing our food system to the...

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Common Good Food

Fergus Walker
7th March, 2015


Wild garlic harvest

As the days lengthen, the buds are budding and we prepare to enter what is traditionally known as the hungry gap, I am pleased to announce the formation of this new organisation, Common Good Food, which has its roots in the ground-breaking Fife Diet project.

Common Good Food (CGF) will be an organisation with its sleeves rolled up and its feet on the...

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