2007 Annual Review
Recommendation 3.21 of 82

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2007 Annual Review
2007
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Recommendation

Work with food suppliers as early as possible to ensure there is an adequate supply chain to meet the ambitions for healthy, local and sustainable food supply.

History

Status at 31 Mar 2013

Complete

Status at 01 Oct 2012

Complete

Status at 31 Mar 2012

Complete

Food suppliers were engaged as part of the development of the London 2012 Food Vision. London 2012 caterers are committed to meeting the food vision baseline and elements of the aspirational standards, including providing healthy, local and sustainable food. There have been meet the buyer days and some caterers are already using new SME suppliers. Opportunities were posted on CompeteFor to give food suppliers who met the Food Vision the chance to become part of the Games-time supply chain. Other organisations, including the GLA, are now adopting the standards in the Food Vision helping to provide demand in legacy. The ODA produced a catering requirement brief. This set out minimum standards for the provision of catering services during the construction of the Olympic Park. It set food safety, sustainability and health standards for contractors via a food scorecard, which assessed performance in these areas and was used by contractors to improve their scores. Complete

Status at 31 Dec 2011

Progress Made

Status at 30 Sep 2011

Progress Made

Status at 30 Jun 2011

Progress Made

Status at 31 Dec 2010

Progress Made

Food suppliers were engaged as part of the development of the London 2012 Food Vision. Catering opportunities have been posted on CompeteFor providing an early indication of what providers are required to do. This includes providing healthy, local and sustainable food. There are still some concerns about the supply and the demand post-Games but other organisations, including the GLA are now adopting the standards in the Food Vision, which will support a legacy demand. A draft London 2012 Food Vision for all has been developed. Progress Made The ODA has produced a draft catering requirement brief. This sets out minimum standards for the provision of catering services during the construction of the Olympic Park. They have set food safety, sustainability and health standards for contractors via a food scorecard, which assesses performance in these areas and is now being used by contractors to improve their scores. Complete

Status at 30 Sep 2010

Progress Made

Status at 30 Jun 2010

Progress Made

Status at 31 Dec 2009

Progress Made

Food suppliers were engaged as part of the development of the London 2012 Food Vision. Catering opportunities have been posted on CompeteFor providing an early indication of what providers are required to do. This includes providing healthy, local and sustainable food. There are still some concerns about the supply and the demand post-Games. Progress Made The ODA has produced a draft catering requirement brief. This sets out minimum standards for the provision of catering services during the construction of the Olympic Park. They have set food safety, sustainability and health standards for contractors via a food scorecard, which assesses performance in these areas and is now being used by contractors to improve their scores. Complete

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