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Bude Food Assembly Wins BBC Best Food Initiative Award

#Bude Food Assembly Wins BBC Best Food Initiative Award
Saturday 2nd of May 2015 07:02:21 AM

Tags: Food Assembly, Paul Sousek

Categorised in: B and B

Paul and Celia Sousek July2011
Paul and Celia Sousek

The Food Assembly picks up the gong for ‘Best Food Initiative’ at the BBC Food and Farming Awards.
Dubbed the ‘Oscars of the Food World’, The Food Assembly received the Best British Food Initiative title for bringing communities together to support local food producers, and for its far-reaching benefits around Britain.

Bude’s Food Assembly, with over 400 members, enables people to buy directly off farmers and local foodmakers, and were congratulated on its innovative platform that’s changing the way we eat.

Every week Food Assembly customers in Bude can order food online from their local Assembly before picking it up at a weekly pop­up market. All the food comes from within 20 miles of the area.

Presenter of BBC Radio 4’s The Food Programme and founder of the awards Sheila Dillon says: “We really wanted to find out who the food heroes were in their neighbourhoods – anyone, any organisation, that through food was making life in Britain better.”

Bude’s Food Assembly organiser is Paul Sousek who runs his sustainable, organic farm entirely on renewable energy with near zero use of fossil fuels.

Paul says: “I am so proud and delighted that The Food Assembly has won the Best British Food Initiative. Not only has it brought such convenient ‘click & collect’ access to a great range of fantastic local food for our family, friends and community, it’s also helping farmers and food makers get paid what they deserve for their hard work.”

“This method of food distribution also saves time and virtually eliminates food waste, as well as putting customers and producers in touch again. It really is the ideal win-win method for everybody involved.”

The Bude Food Assembly takes place in Rosie’s Kitchen every Wednesday evening, click here to join. The Food Assembly is currently expanding in the Cornwall area, and if anyone is interested in starting a Food Assembly, the opportunity to register is here.