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Food Webs

A report for CPRE by Caroline Cranbrook on local food networks in East Suffolk, which demonstrates the importance of local shops and services to rural communities. It reveals the complex web of interconnection between local producers and farmers and local shops.

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From field to fork: Birstall

This Birstall report is part of a wider project, Mapping Local Food Webs, which builds on the east Suffolk research. It aims to reveal the extent, nature and benefits of local food webs in other parts of England, to increase public and policy makers’ awareness of local food networks and identify ways to improve support for the production, supply and sale of local produce around England.

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From field to fork: Darlington

This report is part of a wider project, Mapping Local Food Webs, and reveals that Darlington's food web supports 2,250 local jobs in farming, food production and at outlets, millions in turnover at local outlets and at over 125 businesses in the wider economy of the area. Local food businesses were also found to add to community life, help local good causes and support diversity in farming and the local countryside.

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From field to fork: Ely

Mapping the local food web

This report is part of a wider project, Mapping Local Food Webs, and reveals that Ely's local food web supports over 400 jobs at outlets and local suppliers, and supports local suppliers with turnover of over £10.4 million. The report sets out the main findings on the benefits of the local food web to Ely and the challenges and barriers to a stronger local food system together with recommendations for action for local authorities, businesses and the community.

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From field to fork: Faversham

This Faversham report is part of a wider project, Mapping Local Food Webs which aims to reveal the extent, nature and benefits of local food webs in England.This report summarises the key issues and sets out the main findings on the benefits of the local food web to Faversham and the challenges and barriers to a stronger local food system.

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From field to fork: Haslemere

This Haslemere report is part of a wider project, Mapping Local Food Webs which aims to reveal the extent, nature and benefits of local food webs in England.This report summarises the key issues and sets out the main findings on the benefits of the local food web to Haslemere and the challenges and barriers to a stronger local food system.

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From field to fork: Hastings

Mapping the local food web

This Hastings report is part of a wider project, Mapping Local Food Webs, which builds on the Suffolk research. It aims to reveal the extent, nature and benefits of local food webs around England, to increase public and policy makers’ awareness of local food networks and identify ways better to support the production, supply and sale of local produce around England.

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From field to fork: Hexham

This report is part of a wider project, Mapping Local Food Webs, and reveals that Hexham's food web supports 1,100 local jobs in farming, food production and at outlets, and provide £42.5m of turnover for local suppliers. Local food businesses were also found to help local good causes and educational projects, while promoting sustainable farming practices.

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From field to fork: Kenilworth

This Kenilworth report is part of a wider project, Mapping Local Food Webs, which builds on the east Suffolk research. It aims to reveal the extent, nature and benefits of local food webs in other parts of England, to increase public and policy makers’ awareness of local food networks and identify ways to improve support for the production, supply and sale of local produce around England.

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From field to fork: Knutsford

Mapping the local food web

This Knutsford report is part of a wider project, Mapping Local Food Webs, which builds on the east Suffolk research. It aims to reveal the extent, nature and benefits of local food webs in other parts of England, to increase public and policy makers’ awareness of local food networks and identify ways to improve support for the production, supply and sale of local produce around England.

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