The Community Plate was officially launched by Frankston Cr Mayor Michael O’Reilly in October at the Frankston District Netball Association’s Jubilee Park Stadium. Free fruit was donated by Woolworths Karingal and enjoyed by netball players and local families.
The Community Plate is a local collaboration looking for ways to make better connections between our local community and healthy food. The Community Plate would like to learn more about what connects people in our community to healthy food, and what influences healthy eating.
“Poor diets are bigger than an individual problem. Poor diets affect our health, our environment, our local economy and our health care system. What we eat is influenced by more than choice and includes how we make, grow, access, buy and consume foods” said Michael O’Reilly, Frankston Cr Mayor.
What changes can we make across Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula to better connect our local communities to healthy foods?
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