The Good Food for Glasgow Campaign aims to get more people involved in ‘Good Food’ activities in Glasgow and to Increase knowledge about Glasgow City Food Plan  and the work of our partnership. We hope the campaign will help Glasgow become a Silver Sustainable Food Place in 2023.

As part of our Your Questions – Our Partners’ – series, you can submit questions to our partners about their work.

Good Food for Glasgow Campaign was launched at the City of Glasgow College on the 6th May 2022. You can see the presentations here.

You can follow the campaign on our new Instagram and Facebook accounts.

Good Food From Glasgow: A Collaborative Community Cookbook

The Good Food From Glasgow cookbook is a project by Glasgow Food Policy Partnership’s Thalia Groucott bringing together recipes from different organisations working on Good Food in Glasgow.

You can view the cookbook online below or email if you would like a physical copy of the book.

Good Food Stories

Click on the stories below to read inspiring examples of groups in Glasgow working to make Good Food more accessible for all.

The Good Food For Glasgow Podcast

Listen to The Good Food For Glasgow Podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Google Podcasts.

Creative Workshops discussing the Glasgow City Food Plan

As part of the campaign we have run a series of creative collage workshops, asking people to represent their definition of Good Food or respond to the actions of the Glasgow City Food Plan. Collage workshops have taken place at Dandelion Festival Glasgow, the City of Glasgow College, Paisley Road West Fest, Interfaith Glasgow’s Family Fun Day, and in collaboration with Glasgow Community Food Network’s Food and Climate Community Activators. Some of the workshops have resulted in digital zines which showcase the collages made – you can view the ones from Dandelion Festival, Govanhill Bath’s LGBTQ+ Gardening Group, and the City of Glasgow College by clicking their titles.