Going for Gold Business Breakfast: Buying and Eating Better
How can changes to the food choices your business makes help Bristol become a Gold Sustainable Food City, and bring benefits to staff, your business, and the city? Join us to find out at the latest Going for Gold Business Breakfast.
Bristol is already a recognised leader in sustainable food and is one of only four Silver Sustainable Food Cities in the UK. It is now aiming to reach Gold, which has not been achieved by any city…yet.
At the third in a series of Going for Gold Business Breakfasts, you can find out more about the ambition and how your organisation can get involved.
This event will focus on Buying and Eating Better, and how the food choices businesses make can transform workplaces, the environment and the wider food system.
Even small organisations have the potential to positively influence staff, customers or clients, benefit local producers, improve the health of its workforce and reduce its carbon footprint, through changing its relationship with food. And when combined with the efforts of many other organisations, this can have a significant and lasting impact.
Breakfast will be provided by Fresh Range, Essential Trading and Wogan Coffee. Places are limited so reserve your spot soon.
7.45am: Arrive, breakfast and drinks available, networking
8.00am: Short presentations by Joy Carey (Bristol Food Network), Angela Raffle (Public Health specialist), Hannah Caswell (Soil Association), TBC (City to Sea), Adam Parsons (APG Architecture)
8.50am: Q&A and wrap up
9:05am: Networking until 9.45am