Good Food Oxford | Food Poverty Action Plan (FPAP) for Oxfordshire


The high cost of living in Oxford City, particularly housing, means that in order to “eat well” in line with government healthy eating guidance, a minimum income of £19,911 is required – which exceeds the minimum wage, the real living wage, and the Oxford living wage. Even on £19,911, a single person would have to compromise on some items considered in minimum living standards such as socialising or fitness activities (Green, 2019).

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