Bristol Good Food 2030 Partnership

The Bristol Good Food 2030 Partnership was set up to help build collaboration across the city as we moved beyond achieving 'Gold’ in the Sustainable Food Places awards.

The Group is chaired by Cllr Ellie King and Angelina Sanderson Bellamy, head of Food Systems research at the University fo the West of England.

BGF2030 is split into 6 themes: Eating Better, Food Waste, Urban Growing, Disaster Risk Planning, Procurement, and Infrastructure. The Steering Group brings together theme leads for these 6 areas, along with Council staff who offer support to the campaign, through e.g. Communications or Project Management.

Organisations represented on the Steering Group:

  • Bristol City Council (Public Health, Sustainable Cities, Comms, City Office)
  • Bristol Food Network
  • Bristol Green Capital Partnership
  • Feeding Bristol
  • Bristol Food Producers
  • Bricks Bristol
  • Ambition Lawrence Weston


What we do

In 2023 the partnership launched Bristol Good Food 2030: A One City Framework for Action. The Framework aims to transform Bristol's food system within the decade, supporting its ambitions on health, climate, biodiversity and social justice

A Food Equality Action Plan for 2023 - 26, was developed by Feeding Bristol in conjunction with Bristol City Council tackles the issues of rising food inequality within the city. This vision for food equality underpinned the development of the BGF2030 Framework.

With the BGF 2030 Framework now in place the partnership is focussed on delivering against our action plans under each of the 6 themes. 


Areas of expertise

Partnership & Collaboration

Food Vision & Action Plan

Awareness and Engagement

Tackling Food Poverty

Promoting Healthy Eating

Supporting Good Food Business

Good Food Procurement

Tackling Food Packaging & Waste

We are also running a project on Disaster Risk Planning - creating a plan to ensure a supply of food for vulnerable people come the next crisis.


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