In the second of our series of blog posts from Louisa Kendal from the Bristol-based vegan charity Viva!, these five places for a plant-based work lunch provide something for everyone. One of the Going for Gold actions organisations can take is to eat more meat-free meals in the workplace for better human and planetary health.
Kate Burgess recently joined the Going for Gold team, alongside her work for Shambala Festival, CIC Woodland Tribe and in artist booking. She cares passionately about sustainability and regeneration. In this blog post, she explains how she believes that pledging #GoingForGoldBristol actions this New Year makes for sustainable resolution-making in every sense of the word.
Jodie Smith is a Community Food and Nutrition Worker at the Heart of BS13 charity in Hartcliffe and Withywood (formerly HHEAG). The charity has been supporting local community healthy eating projects for nearly 30 years. Jodie has more than 10 years of experience working within community Public Health programmes and writes here about the vital work of Heart of BS13.
A key part of the Food Equality strand of Going for Gold is ensuring that the people growing and producing our food receive a fair income. Steph Wetherell, coordinator for Bristol Food Producers, writes in this blog post about how buying direct boosts the local economy and contributes to creating a fair and sustainable local food system.