Take a moment to stop and look around your local town, visit your local shop, eat locally grown food. Discover the local and sustainable food thats on your doorstep……
The Sheffield Food Network is a free, online map of sustainable food in Sheffield: food that’s locally produced, fairly sourced and independently sold.
The network shows the shops, cafes and restaurants that sell sustainable food; the farmers, breweries and makers who produce it; and the places where people can grow and harvest it for themselves.
You can see it here (opens in a new tab), or simply click the logo to the left.
The network will make it easier for people in Sheffield to find sustainable food, and help to connect the businesses and projects that are already providing it. And it’s totally free to be listed. Want to get involved? Then read on!
What is sustainable food?
Well, we think it is local, independent and fair.
How do I get on the map?
To get on our map, you need to be an independent organisation/business that is producing, selling or supplying food that is Local OR Fair. You don’t have to do both, though of course it’s great if you do! At least one third of all the produce you sell or supply has to meet the criteria. We hope our criteria is ambitious enough to make a positive difference, and pragmatic enough to offer a realistic alternative to the multinationals.
To have your organisation or business featured on the map, please fill in the Sheffield Food Network sign-up form (below or via the link), giving us a few details about what you do, and how you meet the independent, local and fair criteria.
You can get in touch with the SFN team at firstname.lastname@example.org