Making Local Food Work

Making Local Food Work helps people to take ownership of their food and where it comes from by providing advice and support to community food enterprises across England.  If you are involved in a community food enterprise or interested in starting one in your community, they may be able to help you.

Making Local Food Work can help community food enterprises across England with some of the challenging aspects of running a business. They have a range of mentors and specialists which can help you with a range of issues whether this is developing a business plan, a marketing plan, putting in place a legal structure and governance arrangement or ensuring that you are complying with the latest legislation. They also work to map local food networks across England.

Making Local Food Work helps specific types of community food enterprises in many ways. They provide dedicated support to:

• Farmers’ markets
• Community Supported Agriculture
• Country Markets
• Food Co-operatives and Buying Groups
• Local food hubs
• Community-owned shops and other rural shops

For more information, visit the Making Local Food Work website