RECIPE FOR SUCCESS?

REFLECTIONS ON OUR FOOD AND DRINK POLICY It's three years since the Scottish Government launched it's Recipe for Success, our first national food and drink policy. As Fife Diet comes to the end of one period of work, we are producing some reflection on food policy in Scotland, what's worked and what need's improvement. We are asking for your input and ideas. At the time Richard Lochhead MSP wrote: "There is a strange Scottish paradox, despite producing fantastic food and drink we have one of the poorest diet-related health records in the developed world. A host of factors contributes to our poor diet. Whatever the reasons for our dietary habits, our culture must change if we are to prosper as a nation. We should be making our food choices in a more balanced way, taking account of food's healthiness, quality, seasonality and freshness. And our choices should also take into account wider issues such as climate change, food security, affordability, biodiversity, animal welfare and fair trade (both at home and abroad)." Please write as much as you like and return the document to us via mike@fifediet.co.uk 1. In your opinion what have been the key successes of the Recipe for Success food and drink policy since 2009? (with reference to) Healthier Sustainable Choices Scotland's food and drink Reputation Sustainable Food Procurement Secure and Resilient Food Systems Ensuring Food is Available and Affordable to all Food Education 2. In your opinion what are the key problem areas the policy has not made sufficient achievements in tackling? (with reference to) Healthier Sustainable Choices Reputation Sustainable Food Procurement Secure and Resilient Food Systems Ensuring Food is Available and Affordable to all Food Education 3. What ideas do you have to boost and strengthen Scottish food and drink policy in the coming years? (with reference to)

Healthier Sustainable Choices Reputation Sustainable Food Procurement Secure and Resilient Food Systems Ensuring Food is Available and Affordable to all Food Education

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