Your Bristol good food questions
Please get in touch if the answer to your question about good food in Bristol is not covered below.
How can I find healthy and sustainable places to eat out in Bristol?
The Bristol Eating Better Award supports and rewards businesses that take action to offer healthier food options and promote sustainability. Find out more about the Bristol Eating Better Award scheme and find awarded organisations in the city.
How can I share my Eating Better news or event to Bristol’s citizens?
To tell us about your Eating Better event, you can submit details on the Bristol Good Food website and we will spread the word. Once you fill out the form, your event will be reviewed by a member of the team and added to the Events Calendar. You can also get in touch to discuss how to feature a story on the Bristol Good Food website.
How can my school promote healthier and more sustainable diets?
It is important for schools to take a ‘whole school approach’ to teaching and promoting healthier and sustainable diets, so that pupils can match what they learn to what they see, and ultimately to what they do. The Bristol Healthy Schools programme supports schools to take this approach and provide 1:1 support to work towards the Food Environment Specialist Award and the Essential Award – which have a key focus on promoting a healthier and more sustainable school food culture.
How can my Bristol school become a Sugar Smart school?
Bristol City Council teamed up with the Sugar Smart campaign run by Sustain and are working in partnership across the city to look at what we can all do at home, in schools, in work and in shops, restaurants, cafes and takeaways. Find out how to become a Sugar Smart school and download presentations for school assemblies.
How do I find community cookery classes in Bristol?
Bristol Food Network’s website lists cookery classes in Bristol, including not-for-profit organisations, adult education and commercial cookery classes.