Book Club: Lancaster food and drink book

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Lancaster’s Little Book of Local Food & Drink brings together tips, guides 
and resources to help 
local people source local food.

The free booklet has been published by Lancaster-based Community Interest Company, LESS, and contains information on:

*What’s in season and when, locally

*Growing your own food

*Edible wild plants

*Local specialities, producers and sources

*Sustainable and ethical eating

*Local events, groups and projects.

Used in tandem with the Seasonal and Local Food Calendar (also produced by LESS), the booklet can provide a unified resource for those keen on sustainable eating. The wallchart indicates what foods are in season throughout a typical Lancashire year including fruit, vegetables, herbs and wild plants..

LESS have also released an online guide to local produce – The Local Food Directory –containing around 200 searchable listings of local farmers, retailers and suppliers.

Emily Heath, a director of LESS and co-author of the Little Book, said: “We hope these resources will raise awareness of the fantastic diversity of local food.”

Download the Little Book at the LESS website or pick up a copy from the Single Step Wholefoods shop at 78a Penny Street, Lancaster.

Any community groups or suppliers of local food in the Lancaster district can also contact LESS to arrange to get their own supplies of the directory to distribute.