Come and join Food Vale's first ever Network Meeting to talk about the future of our food systems in the Vale.
We’re lucky in the Vale to have a number of great places to buy your ingredients locally. So if you’re cooking al fresco this summer, why not buy local and enjoy your food full of flavour.
A new pay-as-you feel FoodPod has opened in St. Lukes, Penarth, which will help local residents access affordable food.
Food Vale is working closely with the Health Board and a number of partners including Vale Foodbank and Vale of Glamorgan Council, to understand the barriers people living in the Vale face in feeding themselves or their families.
Tea that has been grown, harvested and processed in the Vale of Glamorgan is now gracing the shelves of one of the most iconic food and drink retailers in the world – Fortnum and Mason.
It's been 3 years since the start of the Cywain project and to celebrate they have put together this infographic which demonstrates the support they have offered food & drink producers across Wales!
As part of the Ffres! Festival of Veg - Wales’s first Festival of Veg – Food Vale has launched a series of videos celebrating community growing projects in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Food Vale has released a video created in collaboration with Barry school children, introducing the public to the Food Vale Charter.
Virtual attendees to the first ever Food Vale Festival were treated to a series of online events and inspiring stories from some of the Vale’s most sustainably minded food businesses.
As part of our Food Vale Festival, we invited Amy from Awesome.Wales – The Vale’s first zero waste store – to share her tips on how to reduce waste in your household in a Twitter Takeover and Q&A session.