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We want this InfoBank to be the place to go to find out anything about food-related issues in Exeter. If you want us to add your organisation, project or a link, or you see something that is wrong or out of date, please email us on info@foodexeter.org.uk.

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Local Food Centres

Shillingford Planting Leeks

There is a growing international movement of people forming ‘local food centres or hubs’. All are an attempt to create direct links between local food … Read moreLocal Food Centres

Food Markets

Market rhubarb

Markets, big and small, are one of the best ways to bring sustainably produced local food to people at affordable prices. Exeter has a very … Read moreFood Markets

Social Supermarkets

Social supermarket graphic

Social supermarkets typically redistribute food surplus through a membership scheme which provides a certain amount of food items each visit for a set weekly or … Read moreSocial Supermarkets

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Lunchbox Café Alphington

Lunchbox Cafe

A community lunchtime café, held on the 2nd Wednesday each month. Freshly cooked, seasonal meal with up to 3 courses. Lunch is planned, prepared and … Read moreLunchbox Café Alphington

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Chagford Community Farm

Chagfarm logo

Chagford Community Farm is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company nestled in 20 acres of organic pasture and woodland on the edge of Dartmoor, just outside … Read moreChagford Community Farm

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Westbank Healthy Living Centre

Westbank logo

Westbank Healthy Living Centre provides care and promotes health to communities across Devon and beyond. Seedlings Café at the Westbank Healthy Living Centre in Exminster … Read moreWestbank Healthy Living Centre

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Community Supported Agriculture

Shillingford Lettuce Transplant

Community supported agriculture (CSA) is a term used to describe a variety of arrangements that enable local people to support and buy directly from farmers. … Read moreCommunity Supported Agriculture

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Broadclyst Community Farm

Broadclyst Community Farm logo

The community farm is a small holding owned by the National Trust and run as a social enterprise, Industrial Provident Society formed in 2011 (for … Read moreBroadclyst Community Farm

Rerooted

Rerooted

A Tiverton based community group helping people eat well and waste less. They create tasty community meals using luscious leftovers and food surplus from local … Read moreRerooted

Community fridges

Community Fridges are a public space where organisations and households can make perishable food that would have been wasted available to the local community. They … Read moreCommunity fridges

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Age UK Exeter

Age UK Exeter logo

Age UK Exeter works to improve later life for everyone in Exeter by providing life enhancing services and vital support. They have a centre in … Read moreAge UK Exeter

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Free & low cost food in Exeter

Food support in Exeter

This map shows where you can find free or very low cost food in Exeter.

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National Action & Research

Food system diagram

There is a wealth of research and innovation in this country and beyond. Many people and organisations are taking small and large steps towards a … Read moreNational Action & Research

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Food Poverty & Insecurity

Fair Access to Food

Food poverty and food insecurity are widespread in Exeter. Find out more in Food Exeter’s report on food poverty in our city. Food poverty is: … Read moreFood Poverty & Insecurity

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Exeter Food Action

Exeter Food Action logo

Exeter Food Action rescues excess food from shops and suppliers, and redistributes it to charity organisations that feed people in Exeter. Website: exeterfoodaction.org.uk

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Exeter Food Poverty Summit 2018

Exeter Food Poverty Summit 2018

The Food Poverty Summit, held on 13th November 2018, brought together people from more than 35 local public and community organisations – schools, children’s centres, … Read moreExeter Food Poverty Summit 2018

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