The Key Ideas

#77 Explore a 'public cafe' scheme to provide inexpensive good food focussed on areas with high rates of food poverty

In many cases there are deep problems to do with habits of food preparation or the lack of equipment in the poorest houses to prepare food properly. Here systems of 'collective cooking' could be arranged. There are models where cafés are created which provide basic prepared foods at low or no cost. The subsidy required for sustaining these is small and by providing a public service which anyone can access, the stigma effect of this kind of provision is low.