The Elliott Review Birmingham is gathering information from people across the city’s food supply network so that Birmingham can be used as a case study of how a major UK city can tackle food crime. Join their conversation at #BrumElliott.
Kate Cooper’s slides from her presentation about the proposed Birmingham Food Council at the Birmingham Sustainability Forum meeting on 17th September 2013.
On March 10th we finally became a Community Interest Company, aka CIC.
It took some doing, too. Companies House queried the use of the word “Council” in our name which, on reflection, shouldn’t have been a surprise.