Food for Life Partnership

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"The Food for Life Partnership is a network of schools and communities across England committed to transforming food culture. Together we are revolutionising schools meals, reconnecting young people with farms and inspiring families and communities to cook and grow food.

"To do this, the Partnership brings together the expertise and enthusiasm of five food focused charities – the Soil Association, Focus on Food, Health Education Trust, Garden Organic and Royal Society for Public Health. But more importantly, it empowers innovative schools, teachers, caterers, food producers, pupils and health professionals to work together to create a better food culture for our young people and to involve their local communities all across England. This means a great school meal service serving healthy and sustainable food, practical food education and engaged pupils."[1]

Until 2011 we received a £16.9m grant from the Big Lottery Fund- find out more about the impact of the Food for Life Partnership in its first five years of funding. [2]


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  1. Food for Life Partnership Who we are, organizational web page, accessed October 17, 2013.
  2. Food for Life Partnership FAQ, organizational web page, accessed October 17, 2013.