This website was produced by Oxford Consultants for Social Inclusion using information provided by the Food Ethics Council. The work was commissioned by the Big Lottery Fund, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, JMG Foundation and The A Team Foundation. The Steering Group comprised the organisations that commissioned the work, as well as representatives from the Environmental Funders Network and Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming.

We are very grateful to the following organisations for taking part in the survey that generated the data presented on this website:

Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival CIC; Alexandra Rose Charity; Allergy Action; Behaviour Change; Belfast Food Network; Beyond GM; Belfast Health and Social Care Trust (BHSCT); BigBarn CIC; BirdLife Europe; Brighton & Hove Food Partnership; Campaign to Protect Rural England; Carbon Trust; Carnegie UK Trust; Centre for Alternative Technology; Community Food Initiatives North East (CFINE); Changeworks; Church Action on Poverty; Colin Neighbourhood Partnership; Community Food Enterprise Limited; Compassion in World Farming; Cornwall Rural Community Charity; Council for the Homeless (NI); Countryside Alliance; Cracking Good Food; Community Supported Agriculture (CSA); Network UK; Devon & Cornwall Food Action; Devon Development Education; Durham Community Action/Food Durham; Duxford Allotment Association; Eating Better; Ecological Continuity Trust; Exeter Food Action (part of Devon & Cornwall Food Association); Falmouth Friends of the Earth; Falkland Stewardship Trust; fambidzanai permaculture centre; Family Farmers’ Association; FareShare; Farming and Countryside Education; Farms Not Factories; Federation of City Farms & Community Gardens; Find Your Feet; First Steps Nutrition Trust; Food Climate Research Network; Food Ethics Council; Food Foundation; Food Matters; Food Newcastle; Food Research Collaboration; Food Systems Academy; FoodSync CIC; Footprints Womens Centre; Forum for the Future; Friends of the Earth (England, Wales, Northern Ireland); GeneWatch UK; GM Freeze; Good Food Oxford; Green Alliance; Growing Communities; Growing Durham; Growing Local is Going Local CIC; Growing Well; Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT); Harper Adams University; Hartcliffe Health & Environment Action Group; Heart of Mersey; IGD; Institute for European Environmental Policy; Jamie Oliver Food Foundation; Katosi Women Trust UK; lane end farm trust; LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming); Liverpool Food People; Local Futures/ISEC; Magic Breakfast; Manchester BME Network; Medact; Marine Stewardship Council (MSC); National Trust; New Economics Foundation; New Opportunities; New Under Ten Fishermen’s Association; nourish Scotland; Overseas Development Institute; Open Food Network UK; Orchard 49; organicARTS; Oxfam GB; Permaculture Association; Plan Zheroes; Plunkett Foundation; Plymouth Food Waste Partnership; Reading University; Resource Futures; Royal Academy of Culinary Arts Adopt; School Trust; Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB); Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA); School Food Matters; Soil Association; Spitalfields City Farm; Springhead Trust Ltd; St Petrock’s (Exeter) Ltd; Sugarwise; Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming; Sustainable Food Cities; Sustainable Food Trust; Sustainable Merton; Swansea Community Farm; Tamar Grow Local CIC; Tasty Waste CIC; The Bulmer Foundation; The Country Trust; The Farmer Network; The Gaia Foundation; The Golden Co; The Kindling Trust; The LARDER; The Magdalen Environmental Trust; The Orchard Project (previously the Urban Orchard Project); The Real Farming Trust; The Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA); The Trussell Trust; The Weston A. Price Foundation; The Wildlife Trusts; Traidcraft Exchange; UK Food Group; UK Health Forum; UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association; Unite the union; University of Bristol; Upper Teesdale Agricultural Support Services Ltd; Vine Centre; Wakelyns Agroforestry; War on Want; Wells Food Network; Which?; Windmill Hill City Farm; World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) UK; World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF UK).