Good Food Business Breakfast

–9:30am, Bristol

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How can you and your business contribute to a city where the food we eat is good for people, good for places and good for the planet?

We all enjoy the astonishing diversity and convenience of the food available to us, but the scale of the negative impacts of the current food system on people and the planet are shocking. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be this way – new approaches to food are being pioneered across the globe, including on our doorstep.

Bristol is already a recognised leader in innovative food-related projects and is one of only two Silver Award Sustainable Food Cities in the UK. But much deeper, wider change is needed if we are to reach Gold Award standard, and become a truly sustainable food city.

To achieve this, the whole city will need to be involved, and businesses have an important role to play. Small changes can make a big difference, so join us for breakfast to hear how you can be part of this journey, to learn about the changes other businesses have made to their food practices, and the benefits this can bring to your business, your staff, and the city.

Places are limited so reserve your spot soon.

Agenda

7.45am: Arrive, breakfast and drinks available and networking

8.05am: Presentations from Stride Treglown, Burges Salmon, Smith & Williamson and the Bristol Food Network

8.45am: Q&A and wrap up

9.00am: Networking until 9.30am

This Go Green breakfast has been organised by Bristol Green Capital Partnership, the Bristol Food Network and Burges Salmon.