Yorkshire Grain Alliance

Grain plays a crucial role in our food system, but the current methods of its production, processing, and consumption have significant adverse effects on the environment, food security, and efficient land use. However, a different way is possible.

Yorkshire Grain Alliance flyer cover

The Yorkshire Grain Alliance is a collective of farmers, bakers, millers, traders, researchers, and community members committed to transforming the food system through a fundamentally different approach to grain production and consumption. By growing, processing, and supplying locally to customers, they showcase an alternative path. While Yorkshire communities already enjoy their products in various places across the country, the initiative is still in its early stages.

The Yorkshire Grain Alliance vision

See this new booklet which was developed by the Yorkshire Grain Alliance thanks to funding from the School for Business and Society at the University of York and its FixOurFood programme, the Organic Research Centre, through the Organic at the Heart project, and inspiration from the UK Grain Lab community.

See also: Yorkshire Grain Changers unite!

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