Our new kitchen is OPEN!

Despite many challenges (including severe disruption to the water supply in Gorton on our opening week!), our third Community Kitchen in the heart of East Manchester is now OPEN. Our passion means we are cooking healthy homemade food for the people in the community who would otherwise go without.

Our brilliant bunch of volunteer cooks made 213 meals just on the first day. 🍅🥔🥦

We want to thank all our wonderful volunteers and team members who’ve made this possible! Our Crowdfunder is still live if you would like to support our emergency food provision in Gorton.

Listen here to our BBC Manchester Interview.

Listen here (at 3 hours 40 mins) to our Co-Director Gemma and our amazing Volunteer Helen speaking with Mike Sweeney on BBC Manchester about Cracking Good Food!

It’s been a busy weekend!

Our team have spent their Sunday scrubbing, painting and clearing our new space at The Churches, Gorton. As well as ensuring the space is safe for our staff and volunteers to cook from, we collected a LOT of pantry goods kindly donated by Gorton Monastery to help get our emergency food response in Gorton up and running so we can cook and distribute a further 200 meals per day to support those in need of nutritious food. Read more, and support us if you can via our Crowdfunder page

Live COOKAlong!

Our live COOKAlong this weekend helped a family come together to cook up home made samosas and delicious Dal from scratch. It was a wonderful opportunity for a virtual family get-together, and a great time was had by all! Email to arrange your tailor-made COOKAlong now!

Spotlight on Social Enterprises: Tracey Torley reveals how Cracking Good Food sells to businesses.

Tracey Torley, one of the directors for social enterprise Cracking Good Food in Manchester, talks to us about how they have changed the way they have been working through Covid-19 and gives her tips and advice on working with and selling to businesses.

The High Sheriff’s article about Cracking Good Food

The High Sheriff of Greater Manchester has dedicated this weeks column to Cracking Good Food and the Coronavirus campaign.

Three appointments for Cracking Good Food

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New Wythenshawe Store

The Community Grocery is part of The Message Trust’s site in Sharston. Its aim is to bridge the gap between supermarkets and food banks, and to increase access to good food for all.

We also get a little mention!…/amazing-new…