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Eating Better

See what actions the Bristol Good Food Partnership are prioritising to empower people through access, knowledge and skills to make food choices that are good for health, mental wellbeing, family, nature and animal welfare.

What’s it about?

We may feel like we have a choice about the food we eat, but those choices are deeply connected to what we can afford and access, our skills and knowledge, and what or who is influencing our power to choose. When we can’t choose food that’s good for us, our health suffers. Many foods most associated with poor diets carry a huge environmental impact, leading to loss of biodiversity, high greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation and other factors contributing to the climate and ecological emergencies.

Find out more about the Bristol Good Food Partnership’s priorities to tackle these issues here in the city and check in on the latest progress updates.


People of all ages and backgrounds can learn new skills and experience the pleasure and benefits of growing, cooking and choosing good, nutritious food. 

Outcome 1: Skills to cook, grow and choose climate-friendly, healthy food are taught in all schools 

Outcome 2: Opportunities for developing skills in cooking, growing and choosing good food are available in all communities 

Outcome 3: Healthy and climate-friendly food is served in catering, retail and hospitality settings  

Outcome 4: Early years nutrition support for parents has increased

These priorities are taken from Bristol Good Food 2030: A One City Framework for Action which aims to transform the city’s food system within this decade, supporting its ambitions on health, climate, biodiversity and social justice.

Progress Updates

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So, what change do you want to see happen that will transform food in Bristol by 2030? Do you already have an idea for how Bristol can make this happen? Join the conversation now.

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