Our Right to Food community research

Are you interested in the availability of fruit and veg in your community? Join us online to find out how you can become a Community Researcher!

Tue, 7 June 2022, 12:00 – 13:30 BST

Along with Nourish Scotland, Arran Eco Savvy are helping coordinate some exciting research and are looking for Community Researchers on Arran to be part of the project. Food prices vary all across Scotland and the Our Right to Food project is looking at the affordability and availability of fruit and veg within local communities. Some reimbursement for food shopping is available. Come along to the workshop on June 7th to find out more. Follow this link to find out more and book a place.

About the workshop

We have the vision of a Scotland where everyone can afford the food that keeps them healthy and well. However, good food is not readily available everywhere across Scotland and for many it is too expensive or hard to reach.

The Our Right to Food project looks at the availability of a diet that is ‘healthy enough’ and still a good fit for peoples’ lives. We have worked with communities to find out what people in Scotland would choose as a healthy and enjoyable way to eat and we now want to explore the availability and cost of this diet across communities in Scotland. For this we need your help!

In this workshop you will:
• learn more about the Our Right to Food Project and the role you can play as Community Researcher
• get to know our example family, the Robinsons
• be introduced to the research tools and process

To learn more about the Our Right to Food Project visit our website.

If you are interested in taking part in this project but can’t attend this workshop, please get in touch with us by email at ourrighttofood@nourishscotland.org.uk