Truly Good Food is a unique, specially devised accreditation system for food operators in Manchester.
Created by Food Futures, who are a partnership between Manchester City Council, the NHS and local communities, the Truly Good Food scheme is designed to recognise those restaurants, cafes, pubs and even community kitchens who are committed to providing healthy and sustainable food. This website is here to help you, the diner, to use the scheme and make more informed choices about health and sustainability when you leave home to eat. To find out more about Food Future visit www.foodfuture.info
Whether you care passionately about local produce or just generally would like to make health and sustainability a part of your dining-decision-making, this site has everything you need.
Food operators have been scored by a panel and, if accredited, awarded with either a bronze, silver or gold certificate to reflect their level of commmitment to these issues.
You can browse accredited restaurants to find out what it is that they’re doing to serve Truly Good Food, find out what each level means, sort by accreditation, price or location.
We hope this new resource allows you to discover new places, as well as find out more about health and sustainability practices in the dining scene in Manchester – if you have feedback, comments or queries on the project, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.