30:30 Local Food Challenge

This is a post from Transition Ipswich explaining their 30:30 Local Food Challenge and inviting you to join them for 30 days of local food.

Transition Ipswich, working with Transition Woodbridge, have been gearing up to organise a 30-Mile Local Food Challenge this September, The challenge participants will be embarking upon is to eat only food that has been produced and processed within a 30 mile radius of the centre of Ipswich – for 30 whole days. Here’s a rough idea of the challenge radius.

We want you to join in with us and find out all about the exciting food available locally, which we’ll be mapping up until September and beyond to help you find sources of local food. Let’s support local producers and eat more of what’s grown right here in Suffolk!

If you’re with us – sign up to pledge your support by clicking HERE. Once you’ve signed up we’ll send you email updates about the challenge, including the events we’re organising and promoting between now and the end of September.

Interested in joining in? Want to find out more? Challenge guidelines and more information are on the 30 Mile Food Challenge FAQs page. Check out our website http://30milefood.transitionipswich.org.uk/

On Monday 3rd September we are screening ‘In Transition 2.0’ (7.30pm), at Suffolk Coastal District Council Offices, Melton Hill, Woodbridge, IP12 1AU. Followed by coffee and cake and presentation on the 30-Mile Food Challenge.

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