Support healthier food businesses
Support businesses through access to land, training, rate relief or other incentives.
There are a range of instruments which local authorities can use to support more vegetables in shops, cafes and restaurants and re-establish vital infrastructure such as markets, Grade 1 and 2 land, local processing, food hubs and distribution networks. Food partnerships can also have a key role in supporting healthier food businesses and start-ups with training and marketing support.
- Association of Convenience Stores, Discretionary Rate Relief and High Streets: A Guide for Local Authorities
- Chartered Institute of Environmental Health/Mayor of London (2012), Takeaways Toolkit - Tools, interventions and case studies to help local authorities develop a response to the health impacts of fast food takeaways
- Building a Sustainable Food Hub – three reports on research into community food enterprises
- Co-operatives UK, works to promote and support co-operative enterprises, providing advice and support to a huge range of food enterprises.
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