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Birmingham City Council has completed 17
Every Mouthful Counts toolkit actions:

Publish and maintain a map of council landholdings

Provide training and support for agroecological farming

Use planning policy to protect food growing

Increase the amount of land used for community food growing

Increase the amount of land used for local food growing and production

Publish a sustainable food procurement policy

Deliver public campaigns to encourage people to adopt a more climate-friendly diet

Serve more climate-friendly meals in nurseries and primary schools

Go ‘Pesticide Free’ for your council land, verges and parks

Ensure there are opportunities for edible surplus food to be redistributed

Serve more climate-friendly meals in your council-run care settings (residential care and meals on wheels) by signing the Planet Pledge

Declare a Climate and Nature Emergency

Support programmes that allow those on low incomes to access nutritious, local and sustainably produced food

Sign the Glasgow Food and Climate Declaration ahead of COP26 in November 2021

Establish a Local Food Partnership to help drive action on food, climate and nature

Nominate a staff member to lead on food and climate change

Publish an action plan for tackling the climate and nature emergency

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