The Soil Association 2013 conference is kindly supported by:

Day 1 sponsors

Big Lottery Fund Food for Life Partnership The Food for Life Partnership has created a network of over 4,500 schools across England committed to transforming their food culture. It supports them to provide fresh, well-sourced and nutritious meals and improve their overall lunchtime experience. It helps children, adults and teachers understand the importance of good nutrition and where their food comes from through practical cooking and growing activities and farm visits.

The initiative is led by the Soil Association, bringing together the practical expertise of Focus on Food, Garden Organic, Health Education Trust and its newest partner the Royal Society for Public Health. The programme is supported by the Big Lottery Fund Well-being Programme.

Day 2 sponsor


OMSCo was formed in 1994 when five like-minded organic dairy farmers joined forces to sell their organic milk. Now with over 200 members OMSCo is the largest and longest established UK organic milk supplier. Member farms collectively employ around 1,000 people (419 direct employees and around 600 contractors).

OMSCo have a milk pool of 275 million litres per year and supply around two thirds of the UK's entire organic milk output, making OMSCo one of the largest organic businesses in the UK.

Feature sponsor

Good Energy logo Award-winning green energy supplier Good Energy sources its electricity from UK renewables like sunshine, wind and water. Founded by Juliet Davenport in 1999, it was the first electricity supplier to have a 100% renewable fuel mix. Over a decade later, its mission to help tackle climate change and create a secure energy future stands as strong as ever. It supports a growing community of over 52,000 independent generators across the UK and 34,000 people have made the switch to its green electricity.


Exhibitor sponsor

Triodos Bank

Supporter sponsor


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