foodfuture Bridport publishes a brand new digital map viewable on iPhones and tablets making finding local food even easier in our town. The gorgeous design work by Delphine Jones for the hard copy map has been expertly used to brand the foodfuture website in the same way by Surya Osborne of Just SO Media House. Businesses are featured free of charge in the first year with a modest annual fee going forward from October 2017 to cover web-hosting and updating costs. Please spread the news!
Building on business research by Tamsin Chandler, sustainable diet messages developed by Linda Hull together with a comprehensive listing of both local suppliers and community food projects, this beautiful new map, designed by Delphine Jones, guides you to the best sustainable eating and shopping in Bridport!
“If you are keen to shift your diet to one that’s more sustainable – better for you, better for animals and better for the planet too – be sure to pick up your own copy of the gorgeous foodfuture map at this year’s Wassail in the Community Orchard from 3pm on Sunday 17th January,” says Linda Hull. “It’s the perfect tool for anyone taking up the foodfuture challenge in 2016 – spending a tenner locally on sustainably produced food, independently retailed.”
Also available from featured businesses and at Tourist Information in Bucky Doo. Alternatively download your own copy here
As part of its campaign to make local and sustainable food more visible to the general public in Bridport, Communities Living Sustainably in Dorset (CLS) commissioned research from Tamsin Chandler, Independent Food Business Consultant, into the sourcing practices of town centre food retailers, cafes, pubs, restaurants and nearby farm shops to form the basis for a new town local food map. You can read the report here.