This merit acknowledges those businesses that source food that has been produced, processed and traded within East Anglia or up to 30 miles from the food business.
This is important because food transport has been increasing steadily over the last few decades. This has a direct impact on the environment, contributing to congestion, greenhouse gas emissions, noise and air pollution.
In addition, trading locally delivers health, economic and social benefits to your local community.
Privacy Notice for Food HONOR award
About us - Norwich City Council is the data controller for ensuring public protection within Norwich. We take your privacy very seriously and under data protection legislation we have a legal obligation to process your personal information. You may contact our data protection and information security officer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning 0344 980 3333.
What we do with your data – We use the information you give us to register your business as holding one of the HONOR food awards; We aim to keep your information for 7 years, as stated in our retention policy available on our website.
What are your rights? – Under data protection legislation you have the right to request access to your personal information; ask for errors to be corrected; restrict how your information is used; object to how it is processed; or request that your data is deleted. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioners Office if you are not happy with how your data is processed.
What are the consequences of not providing data? – If data is not provided we may not be able to register your business.
Data sharing – Information provided for food safety investigations is shared with other local authorities and the Health & Safety Executive in order that they may carry out their statutory duties. We may also share your details externally where we are lawfully required to do so for the prevention and detection of crime and fraud, or for the collection of taxes.