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Food Affordability, Access and Security: Their Implications for Scotland's Food Policy - A Report by Work Stream 5 of the Scottish Government's Food Forum

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71. Ambler-Edwards, S, Bailey, K, Kiff, A, Lang, T, Lee, R, Marsden, T Simons, D and Tibbs, H (2009) Food Futures: Rethinking UK Strategy, A Chatham House Report, Chatham House.

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73. Church of Scotland (2007) Fair trade in food: The development of policy which is fair to consumers and to producers in the UK and the developing world. CofS , Edinburgh

74. Ambler-Edwards, S, Bailey, K, Kiff, A, Lang, T, Lee, R, Marsden, T Simons, D and Tibbs, H (2009) Food Futures: Rethinking UK Strategy, A Chatham House Report, Chatham House.

75. Anon(2008) An Inconvenient Truth about Food- Neither secure or resilient, Soil Association, Bristol

76. Garnett T, (2008) Cooking up a Storm: Food, greenhouse gas emissions and our changing climate, Centre for Environmental Strategy University of Surrey

77. SAC (2008) The Farm Management Handbook

78. Jackson JE ( 2003) The Biology of apples and pears, CUP, Cambridge

79. Church of Scotland (2007) Fair trade in food: The development of policy which is fair to consumers and to producers in the UK and the developing world. CofS , Edinburgh

80. Summary of the main issues for future consideration arising from the Retailing food and health inequalities meeting organised by Scottish Government (Health and Wellbeing Directorate) and the Food Standards Agency Scotland 12th March 2008

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89. A business plan, part funded by CFHS, has been produced which will form, alongside the findings of the EKOS study, Eatwell's (the working title for the national initiative) bid to the Scottish Investment Fund.

90. The study, being undertaken by EKOS ltd, is due for completion in this spring.

91. Community Food Initiatives North East. See www.cfine.org

92. See www.thefoodtrain.co.uk/ Dumfries and Galloway Food Train have only just been informed that they have been successful in receiving government funding to build nationally on their local success and will be working alongside CFHS to do so.

93. Quote from Hidden Gardens, Glasgow from as yet unpublished stage two report from CFH/ SESS supported evaluation self help collaborative.

94. Contract for work just going out for tender. CFHS on committee overseeing research.

95. 'Making a difference' was held in Glasgow in early November and a conference report is due out in the spring along with a questionnaire on how participants have used the information and contacts gathered at the event.

96. See www.communityfoodandhealth.org.uk/funding/keylearning.php

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99. Anon (2008) Healthy Eating, Active Living, Scottish Government, Edinburgh.

100. An evaluation of the first two phases was published by Health Scotland and can be found at http://www.healthscotland.com/documents/1738.aspx.

101. An evaluation of the first two phases was published by Health Scotland and can be found at http://www.healthscotland.com/documents/1738.aspx.

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105. Personal communication, David Paterson WS5 meeting 24/2/2009

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121. FSA (2008) Accessing Healthy Food, FSA Aberdeen.

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