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Scotland's Food Future

That the Parliament believes that everyone in Scotland should have financial and geographical access to nutritious food both as a right and with dignity; welcomes the work of the Scottish Food Coalition and its report, PLENTY: Food, Farming and Health in a New Scotland; applauds efforts to strengthen community-based food networks and end food poverty, and commends the work of Granton Community Gardens, Edinburgh Community Food, Broomhouse Health Strategy Group, Pilton Health Project, Leith Community Crops in Pots, Edinburgh Food Belt, Nourish, the Cyrenians and groups providing emergency food relief to people across the Lothians.

Supported by: John Finnie, Patricia Ferguson, Jackie Baillie, Kevin Stewart, Hanzala Malik, Jayne Baxter, Anne McTaggart, Ken Macintosh, Jean Urquhart, John Wilson, Dennis Robertson, Malcolm Chisholm, Sarah Boyack, Graeme Dey, Patrick Harvie, Roderick Campbell, Mark McDonald, Nigel Don, Claire Baker


Current Status: Taken in the Chamber on 17/03/2016
 
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