A scheme growing salad leaves and delivering them locally by bike is helping Cardiff in its bid to become one of the most sustainable food cities in the UK. Cardiff's Salad Garden grows leaves in a city centre park. These are then picked, packed and delivered locally. Not only is the initiative environmentally friendly, but it is also a not for profit social enterprise, so the money people spent on the salad is reinvested into people and projects.
It is part of a new campaign involving more than 200 individuals and organisations who have pledged to take action to help the capital achieve Gold Sustainable Food Places status by 2024.
Photo source: Cardiff Salad Garden