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Thank you for your interest in being part of the Good Food in Greenwich movement.  

To achieve the Charter you need to be taking action in 5 of these 14 areas. 


Click on the GFIG Community Charter Support Pack for more information about each area of action. 

Once you have done that you can use the Self-Assessment Form on the right, to assess your readiness and register your interest in achieving the Good Food in Greenwich Community Charter.

Community Charter Self-Assessment
Do you have a food hygiene rating?
Have you achieved the Healthy Catering Commitment Award? The Eatwell Guide divides the foods and drinks into five main groups. Base your menu on Eatwell guide and limiting foods that are high in fat, sugar and salt when planning, procuring, preparing, serving and promoting food. See link in above list for Food Standards Agency healthy catering guidance for different types of food businesses
Have you signed up to SUGAR SMART? Sugar Smart Greenwich is a way to get involved and take action to reduce amount of sugar people are consuming. Simply make a pledge, see Sugar Smart link in list above for ideas on what type of pledge you can make
Do you use Fairtrade products? Check out link in list above to see which foods or drinks you use in your business and which you could replace with Fairtrade versions?
Do you celebrate Fairtrade fortnight?
Are you a London Water Refill location? Refill locations is where people can eat, drink and shop with less waste. Anyone can download the free Refill app to find Refill Stations near them where they can refill on the go. Refill Stations are where you can fill up your bottle, at cafes and restaurants. See link above.
Are you a Breastfeeding Friendly business? Breastfeeding Friendly scheme shows that you provide a safe and welcoming place for mothers who want to breastfeed their baby when they are out and about in Greenwich.  Register your business here & get promoted and free window stickers
Do you use recycled or compostable packaging?
Are you an accredited London Living Wage employer?
Do you promote healthy eating to the community? A healthy diet, high in fruit, vegetables, whole grains can support with healthy weight, heart health and boost good mental health.
Are you a member of the Good Food in Greenwich Food Action Alliance? This is a group of individuals and projects that come together on social media mainly to share information and resources on supporting those experiencing food insecurity
If No, would you like to join?
Have you adopted the Good Food in Greenwich Catering Guidlines?
Do you encourage other providers that use your space to adopt the GFiG Catering Guidelines?
Do you have a food growing space?
Are you a member of Growing Greenwich?

Thank you for applying for a Good Food in Greenwich Charter!

We'll get back to you soon.

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