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Donations to Avon Wildlife Trust who run the Feed Bristol Project
Wine/beer and light suppers available, showcasing our new Autumn menu
Red Tractor, Freedom Foods, Fair Trade – do you trust food labeling marks and terminology and what do they mean to you and the choices you make when you’re shopping?
A stellar panel of those in the know, including Xanthe Clay (Telegraph food writer), Jenny Foster (Bristol and South West Fairtrade Co-ordinator), Rob George (Soil Association Technical Manager) and Steve Glover (The Severn Project) discuss the perception and reality of food accreditation, what’s really happening down on the farm to wildlife and biodiversity, why it matters, and how all this filters through to shoppers.
Our own Phil Haughton chairs and we are inviting our staff and interested parties from around the city to join us for a lively debate ...
To see more events from the Better Food Festival, visit our events page: www.betterfood.co.uk/events/
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The Better Food Company
The Better Food Company are campaigners, as well as retailers of local, organic, ethical and fair trade products. We work tirelessly to make organic food more available to all, balancing the needs of the farmer and soil with the needs of our customers. Transparency in all we do is important to us, which means our customers can trust what we do and what we sell.
To celebrate the best in local and organic food, Bristol’s award-winning food retailer Better Food swing into Autumn with a series of events, called Awesome Autumn (18th September to 18th October), to herald the change of season.
Events include opportunities for customers to meet local and artisan producers, talk about why organic farming matters, and celebrate the 4th birthday of the Better Food Clifton store. Find out more information on our website: www.betterfood.co.uk