From September, Ofsted inspections will place far greater emphasis on how schools and early years settings promote healthy eating.
Our report on the state of play with community food growing in Birmingham has just been published here about the 9,000 plus fruit and veg plots in the city.
It says what’s going on, plus ideas for people and organisations who want to get involved in local food growing either here in Birmingham or further afield. Continue reading
Birmingham’s Environmental Health Officers have a responsibility to inspect the hygiene standards of 7,500 food business across Birmingham.
Leaving aside discussion about the scale of this task relative to the size of Birmingham’s Environmental Health team, what do the inspections tell us?