Our partners represent the extensive expertise available in Gloucestershire.
Governing bodies, established sector groups, organisations, education establishments and farming and supply chain businesses all operate with specific focus across the interests making up the broad food and farming sector.
The GFFP plays the important role of reaching into and across this network, joining dots and helping to stimulate new collaborations and conversations thus enabling innovative mechanisms and solutions to emerge for a sustainable food and farming future.
Together we will create a healthy circular economy in food & farming that enables a viable future for farmers, builds community, creates jobs across the supply chain, optimises natural capital & reduces food-related illness and waste.
Unified under the guiding principle of human, environmental and economic health.