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  • Updated 4 years ago

    Fruit and Vegetable Consumption, Region

    Department of Health
    Age-standardised proportion of adults (16+) who met the recommended guidelines of consuming five or more portions of fruit and vegetables a day by gender. To help reduce the risk of deaths from chronic diseases such as heart disease, stroke, and cancer. The Five-a-day programme was introduced to increase fruit and vegetable consumption within the general population. Its central message is that people should eat at least five portions o...
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Allotment Locations

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    Indicative locations of all known allotments in London, as gathered during the London Assembly Scrutiny investigation in 2006. This dataset was created by the GLA's GIS team on behalf of the London Assembly as part of their 2006 investigation into the provision and availability of allotments in London. The data was collected in order to quantify the number of allotments in each London Borough at the time and was used as the basis for a ...
  • Created 5 years ago

    Food Hygeine and Standards, Borough

    Food Standards Agency
    Controls of foodstuffs data and detailed statistics by borough. Local authority food law enforcement activity within food businesses in the UK. Data is based on the Local Authority Enforcement Monitoring System (LAEMS) food hygiene, food standards and imported food returns by LAs, and on the FSA’s audits of LAs carried out. Related link:
  • Updated 6 years ago

    London's Food Exports

    HM Revenue & Customs
    Regional Trade Statistics Custom tables, UK Trade info from HMRC. Key Points: 1) In the decade to 2011, the value of London’s food exports rose by £0.7 billion to £1.8 billion. As a share of all goods exported from the capital, food’s share has remained stable at around 5 per cent. 2) The value of beverage exports make up the largest proportion of London’s food exports, which at £821.4 million made up 46 per cent of all London food ...