Food for Life Served Here
Food for Life Served Here awards food providers making positive impacts through food. We certify caterers for providing meals cooked from scratch, using sustainable fish, free range eggs and ingredients that can be traced back to the farm.
If you see the Food for Life Served Here logo you can be reassured that the caterer has met a set of criteria developed by the Soil Association and food industry experts, and has undergone an independent inspection.
For caterers going that extra mile are awarded silver or gold Food for Life Served Here accreditation. These caterers are taking extra steps to make healthy eating easier for customers and using more eco-friendly, ethical ingredients.
We also encourage the use of local produce, to support your local economy and protect the environment for the future. Find out more about Food for Life Served Here.
The Green Kitchen Standard
The Soil Association recognise those that are committed to wider change and are making changes to sustainably manage energy, water and waste in their kitchens.Our standards are created with public health priority and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals in mind. We work in partnership with organisations across the UK, including visitor attractions, events spaces, workplaces, schools, hospitals, care homes and universities. Discover more about the Green Kitchen Standard.
Helping your business prepare for Brexit
Brexit has caused much uncertainty for caterers and their suppliers. In the event of a no-deal scenario, there are a number of things you need to know. As the UK's leading food and farming charity we are here to reassure and support catering business ahead of the UK leaving the EU on 31st October, visit our Brexit Hub for more.
Soil Association and Food For Life Served Here
The Soil Association is a membership charity campaigning for healthy, humane and sustainable food, farming and land use. It provides solutions that help people to live, eat, farm and grow with the resources that are available. The Soil Association wants to make sure everyone has access to food that is healthy for them and good for the environment.
The Soil Association is the lead partner of Food For Life.