Becoming a Good Food Nation - give your views

 

On 18 June 2014 Rural Affairs, Food and the Environment Secretary Richard Lochhead unveiled the next step of Scotland’s National Food and Drink Policy. Increasing access for everyone to good quality food to improve Scotland’s diet and food culture will be one of the top priorities of the ambitious next phase of the Scottish Government’s food and drink policy.
Becoming a Good Food Nation seeks views on a number of proposed priority areas of work and recognises the need to move towards a healthier, resilient and sustainable food system.
This discussion document is available on the Scottish Government website for consultation at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/publications/2014/06/1195, and we invite you to think about how you, your family or organisation will play a part. Views can be emailed to goodfoodnation@scotland.gsi.gov.uk by 17 October 2014.
Please read our discussion paper and help us to identify the way forward for Scotland to become a Good Food Nation.

On 18 June 2014 Rural Affairs, Food and the Environment Secretary Richard Lochhead unveiled the next step of Scotland’s National Food and Drink Policy. Increasing access for everyone to good quality food to improve Scotland’s diet and food culture will be one of the top priorities of the ambitious next phase of the Scottish Government’s food and drink policy.

Becoming a Good Food Nation seeks views on a number of proposed priority areas of work and recognises the need to move towards a healthier, resilient and sustainable food system.

This discussion document is available on the Scottish Government website for consultation at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/publications/2014/06/1195, and we invite you to think about how you, your family or organisation will play a part. Views can be emailed to goodfoodnation@scotland.gsi.gov.uk by 17 October 2014.
Please read our discussion paper and help us to identify the way forward for Scotland to become a Good Food Nation.

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