Cracking Good Food was set up in 2010 by founding Director Adele Jordan who left Unicorn Grocery Cooperative Grocery after 5 years to help enable more people to enjoy the love of good food.
Today, Directors Tracey Torley and Gemma Foxcroft, the organisation continues to be run as a social enterprise, where everyone’s input is valued equally. Since 2013 however, our focus has had to shift from promoting local food to addressing the impact of Austerity on communities who are in food poverty.
Our Organisation is values-driven, pushing for social and environmental justice and a fairer, sustainable food system. Everyone deserves the right to good food, clean air and a job that pays a real living wage.
We are passionate about campaigning for meaningful change and working with like-minded organisations to fight the causes of vast food poverty, social isolation and food waste to foster a love of healthy, affordable and sustainable food for ALL.