Well-Fed was set up in 2019 and is dedicated to providing fresh food services to schools, nurseries, and residential schemes in the North Wales region.
Well-Fed is a partnership between Flintshire County Council, ClwydAlyn Housing Association and Can Cook. The aim is to offer fresh meal options to the youngest children, older people and everyone in between.
Well-Fed is also all about social and environmental impact. So far, we have distributed over 60,000 meals to vulnerable households and in 2021 we will start to operate our farm to table supply chain – significantly reducing food miles, by using foods taken directly from farms and turning them into meals fit for every dining table. The aim is to offer fresh meal options to the youngest children, older people and everyone in between.
What we do (in 2021/22)
We will achieve maximum social impact in all that we do. We work hard to represent the struggle many families face when they are pushed into food poverty. We set out to never to stand still and are always looking to innovate.
We believe if someone ‘eats well, they stay well’. Therefore, the basis of our food poverty work is to make sure everyone who is hungry receives a good, nutritious meal and we support people for as long as they need help. We also want to make sure a person’s dignity and health is protected. We will continue to improve our food poverty services and introduce new services to make sure we can reach more and more people. In particular, we want to make sure hungry children always eat fresh meals. If you want to know more about our social impact work contact Faith@cancook.co.uk
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