Good Food is food and drink that is tasty, healthy, good for the environment and good for the people who make it. Find out how you can make good food choices on campus and contribute to more sustainable and ethical food systems worldwide.
The wonderful thing about food is you get three votes a day. Every one of them has the potential to change the world.
Too Good To Go
Good Food on campus
Carbon emissions on our menus
Eat more plants
Get involved with student food projects
Make Good Food part of your development, studies or research
Learn about sustainable food through leadership, skills and training opportunities.
Don't just eat – cook!
Many ready-made pasta sauces have between 6 and 12 grams of sugar per serving (the same as a slice of cake!). Source: Independent
Cook more of what you eat. You’ll know what’s in your food and save money too. Save time by preparing meals for more than one day, and freeze the extra portions for later.
What else can I do?
You can also choose to buy zero-waste food products or fair trade items.
Zero waste Fair trade
What is the University doing?
The University’s Good Food Policy sets out our ambitions in five key areas: sourcing, provision, practice, research, learning and teaching and leadership and culture. The policy was first approved in 2016 and then updated in 2020.