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‘Food for the Public Sector’ Report by Plymouth University . Peter Redstone, Barefoot Thinking Company 12 th October 2012. Purpose & Approach. To measure % of local food in Education & Health Service catering in Plymouth (2010-12) Included schools, colleges, schools, hospital

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food for the public sector report by plymouth university

‘Food for the Public Sector’ Report by Plymouth University

Peter Redstone, Barefoot Thinking Company 12thOctober 2012

purpose approach
Purpose & Approach
  • To measure % of local food in Education & Health Service catering in Plymouth (2010-12)
  • Included schools, colleges, schools, hospital
  • Approach based on earlier project (Soil Association/Barefoot)
  • Support of catering managers and suppliers
  • Plymouth University Team – Geography Dept

Grads/U-grads (May-July 2012)

Supervisor: Ian Whitehead

key conclusions
Key Conclusions
  • Substantial public sector mkt – over £4m
  • Cautions: Very little comparative data available – project should be repeated next year (many lessons learned)
  • Strong support from catering managers and suppliers for the project
  • Opportunities for more supply of local food
  • ISSUE: Need to develop ‘Local’ as a Brand. (Comparisons with Fairtrade)
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