Buying and eating local food

Ten reasons … “There are many good reasons to choose local foods – here are our top 10, based mainly on the views of the 1300 shoppers that we spoke to from 12 different towns. Those shoppers agreed with us that eating local foods can be good for you, your...

Food Waste

A Growing Awareness Go Local Food doesn’t believe in food waste – we know that beetroot tops can be used as spinach, that radish leaves can be eaten raw or cooked like spinach and parsley roots are like parsnips. It’s good to see the independent chain of East Anglia...

Part of a growing community

We are not alone! Go Local Food is a community supported agriculture growing scheme and part of a wider network of similar projects. To quote from the CSA network website: “The CSA Network UK was launched in December 2013. However, our roots date back to a five year...

New equipment for Go Local!

Automation comes to the fields Last Thursday there was the first test of Go Local Food’s new potato lifter. It was a success – at least for the larger potatoes and left the soil in a good state for future working over. The work shares will have to fork over the...

Our Scarecrow Day

The sun shone on our Scarecrows! For the first time in 4 years grey skies and cold winds were replaced by blue sky and sunshine to welcome a new crop of scarecrows. In addition to the competition, children were involved in a trail on the fields, making mini scarecrows...

We’ve been published!

Unlikely Heroes In 2015 Walter the photographer visited Go Local Food as part of his project called “Feeding Body and Soul – A Year-Long Photographic Exploration of An Agrarian Renaissance. His website and photographic archive are available here. He has now...