Councillor George Gordon, Chair of Edible Edinburgh, recently wrote an article for The Edinburgh Reporter discussing sustainability and the food supply chain in Edinburgh. Read the full article here to find out more about some of the fantastic work that is already ongoing in the city.
What's happening in Edinburgh and around the world in sustainable food? This is the place to find out.
Today, Edinburgh becomes a Veg City, kicking off a city-wide campaign to promote vegetable consumption. The Veg City campaign start coincides with the launch of a new Veg Power advertising campaign, airing for the first time on ITV and STV tonight. Starting today, schools, community groups, businesses, and families across Edinburgh will join UK-wide activities […]
Edible Edinburgh is thrilled to be kicking off 2019 by announcing its support for The Kindness Directory! Developed by Edinburgh-based chef Steve Brown, TKD is an exciting new online resource to connect social food organisations – such as food banks, cookery classes, community gardens and food growing initiatives – with the people who need it. Steve […]
Edinburgh is applying for Sustainable Food Cities: Bronze in 2019! Each year the Sustainable Food Cities awards recognise the success of cities and regions taking a holistic approach to transforming the food in their area. Edible Edinburgh believes that our city deserves recognition for the fantastic achievements and hard work of its community organisations, restaurants, […]
As part of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh’s (RBGE) Shoreline project, local communities have been exploring the rich natural and cultural heritage of Edinburgh’s 27 km of coastline. Edinburgh’s Shoreline exhibition was created in collaboration with these communities to celebrate Edinburgh’s relationship with the sea and provides a vision for the use of this wonderful natural […]