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Shropshire Council has involvement in, and responsibilities for a wide range of activity.

The Good Food Charter gives the council the opportunity to pledge to work towards a better food system through these activities.

Be a better fish Ltd

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Local business coaching and mentoring for sole-traders, small businesses and community ventures in the Oswestry area.

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Bringing Shropshire Producers together in one place to make it easier for the public to discover and use and for producers to find support and sales opportunity.

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Fordhall Organic Farm, in Market Drayton, north Shropshire, is England’s first community-owned farm following a high profile campaign in 2006. At the time over 8,000 people across the world supported siblings Charlotte and Ben Hollins to save their family home. Now owned by the community and farmed by Ben Hollins, Fordhall is a wonderful example of community spirit and real organic farming.

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Slow Food envisions a world in which all people can access and enjoy food that is good for them, good for those who grow it and good for the planet. We work to promote the greater enjoyment of food through a better understanding of its taste, quality and production.

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Hand made charcuterie using high welfare locally reared traditional breed livestock.

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Our vision is for a happy, hospitable, compassionate and just community which helps people help themselves, and our mission is to provide a more effective community process for achieving this vision. We do this by creating a network of volunteers which works with agencies, charitable organisations, local businesses and churches, to identify and provide relief to people in need and find community building solutions in Ludlow and the surrounding villages in South Shropshire.

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Augernik Fruit Farm grows organic soft and top fruit and nuts near Clee Hill.

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Babbinswood Farm is place of many farmers, growers, cooks and passionate people wanting to tread lightly on the planet. The farm is organic and we manage the land holistically which means soil building is our number 1 priority.

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At the heart of OsNosh is a desire and intent to make nutritious, tasty and locally grown food available to everyone in our community. Our work focusses on reducing food waste, tackling food poverty and reducing environmental impact, and we work to educate, feed and support people of all ages. In establishing our Hub at The Centre in Oswestry, we have created a convenient and accessible meeting/contact point for local people wanting to learn more about healthy food; how to source it, grow it, cook it and enjoy it.

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Treflach Farm is a family run farm since 1904. We practise permaculture to raise free-range animals and care for the environment. We operate an on-farm butchery for fresh meat and a bakery making veggie and free-range #tastypies. Click and collect or we can deliver. We also supply businesses, contact us for more info. We offer wild camping and seasonal glamping at the Farm. Finally we offer therapeutic projects for children and young adults encompassing animal care, horticulture environmental and land management projects.

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Our characterful speciality coffee is ethically sourced from sustainable, eco-conscious growers from around the world. With an adventurous range of blends and single origins, our beans are the perfect choice for cultured coffee drinkers who appreciate something different. Sales of our coffee help support the creative community through our Art + Industry Programme.

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Cleobury country is a social enterprise company which provides training courses, office space and organises Cleobury Country Farmers Market on a monthly basis.

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Shrewsbury Food Hub stops good surplus food from going to waste by sharing it with community groups.

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Representing the Church of England across South Shropshire, Herefordshire and parts of Telford & Wrekin.

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High quality Cold pressed Rapeseed oil, infused oils and amazing Dressings.

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We make apple juice with local fruit, old heritage varieties and hold pop up food events at our premises.

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We promote local food production within 30 miles of Ludlow, our aim is to reduce the environmental cost of food production and support the local economy. We organise a regular farmers market and run a cafe /shop in Ludlow. With any operational surplus we run educational activities for young people.

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Nanny Janny's Jersey Ice Cream is made by Nanny Janny herself, using milk and cream from our small herd of Jersey cows in Shropshire.

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We are Liam and Alice, locals to the Shropshire/Welsh borders. In 2017 we began setting up our smallholding on a seven acre parcel of bare land in the Shropshire Hills, with a view to create a low impact way of living for ourselves, whilst also creating a viable business. We grow a variety of fruit and vegetables on a half acre site, along with producing our own lamb and free range eggs.

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Organic farm with rare breed Hereford cattle, Clun and Kerry sheep and a small cider orchard. 150 acre traditional farm, County Wildlife site with ancient hay meadows and traditional farm buildings.

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An alliance of organisations from across Shropshire, we work to tackle the root causes of food poverty in Shropshire whilst also supporting crisis provision throughout the county.

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We’re a local youth club run by a voluntary committee, we’re a charity looking to support children through informal education.

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Family dairy farm producing and selling organic milk from our grass fed cows, through milk vending machines and in glass bottles in local shops.

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Award winning jams, pickles and chutneys

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Our ethos is to connect people to the food, history and landscape of the Shropshire Hills. We do this by offering a range of events, courses and workshops aimed at showcasing our food heritage.

Our café sells a range of local, seasonal dishes.

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We manufacture and sell frozen Pierogi, We currently try to have no more than 1% of food waste and reuse and repurpose food items into new items such as ketchup.

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We supply naturally grown seasonal Shropshire salads, leafy greens, and edible flowers. 

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We are a low waste and environmentally conscious whole foods store in Shrewsbury Market Hall.

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Shropshire's Green Directory connecting like minded people and organisations working towards a greener community.

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Local group of traders working together to develop the town and wider local area.

Develop food, drink and craft links along the way.

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We believe in making fresh veg available and accessible to our community, and supporting the health and wellbeing of our town. We believe that small-scale regenerative agriculture is the way forward.

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MGL is a not-for-profit group based in Shropshire. It works to strengthen a local food system in which more people eat more locally produced food. MGL is one practical response to the climate and environmental emergencies.

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Ludlow Food Festival was established in 1995 to promote the quality independent food and drink producers of the Marches region. It was the first event of its kind and continues to push the agenda on food issues today. Ludlow Food Festival is the highlight of the year for many producers and visitors, who come together to share in the bounty of our local food culture over 3 food-filled days in September - with live chef demonstrations, talks, tastings and interactive workshops.

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Small scale market garden and bakery supplying veg boxes and sourdough bread to the local community.