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Cross Party Group on Food

FDF Scotland provides the Secretariat to the Scottish Parliament's Cross Party Group on Food. The Group was set up in 2004 and has the following remit:

  • To raise awareness of food issues from production through to consumption in Scotland and their importance to the consumer, the economy, the environment and to the health of Scotland;
  • To act as a policy forum for discussion and updating on food issues in Scotland;
  • To contribute to policy development on a range of food issues in Scotland.

Any questions regarding the Group should be referred to Mary Lawton.

Information can also be found on the Scottish Parliament's website.

Please note views expressed in these meetings do not necessarily represent the views of FDF Scotland and its Members.

Background

In 2004 the Scottish Consumer Council (SCC) worked closely with MSPs to establish a Cross Party Group on Food. The Group met for the first time in November 2004 with SCC providing the Secretariat.

In 2006 it was agreed that the Secretariat should be jointly shared between SFDF and SCC (which became Consumer Focus Scotland in 2008). It was also decided to have joint Co-Conveners to spread the load. SFDF (now FDF Scotland) took over the Secretariat in 2011.

Conveners are elected at the Annual General Meeting each year. Currently there are four Co-Conveners from across the political spectrum. Please click on names to link to their own webpages.

Co- Convener John Scott - Conservative

Co-Convener Gail Ross - Scottish National Party


Co-Convener Mark Ruskell- Green Party


Co-Convener Rhoda Grant - Scottish Labour


Privacy Notice - Members and your data

The Cross Party Group on Food benefits from a very broad and diverse membership. Any organisation or individual may apply to become a member of the Group.

When you apply to become a member we will collect the following from you:

  • Your name and e-mail address
  • Your organisation and job title where applicable.

You may also tell us if you have any areas of specific interest to the Group.

We will use that information to tell you about forthcoming Cross Party Group meetings and, for security purposes, to share your names with Parliamentary staff who are given a list of attendees for those meetings.

We will also use it to communicate with you about any other activities carried out by the Group.

Names of members are listed on the Scottish Parliament's website. Names of attendees of the meetings are listed in the minutes that are also made publicly available on the Scottish Parliament's website.

Details of members and meetings for this session can be found on the Scottish Parliament's website.

We also include the names of members in the Group's Annual Return which is published on the Scottish Parliament's website.

You can tell us at any time if you no longer wish to be a member and we will then delete your information.

Any questions regarding the Group should be referred to Mary Lawton. Information can also be found on the Scottish Parliament's website.

Please note views expressed in these meetings do not necessarily represent the views of FDF Scotland and its Members.

Further details of the Group and archived documents are available from the Secretary Mary Lawton.

For more general information about how FDF protects and stores data and your rights as browsers of our website please refer to the privacy policy that can be found here.