South East Food Group Partnership (SEFGP)

Welcome to the South East Food Group Partnership (SEFGP) website. SEFGP is the sector group for local and regional produce in the South East of England.

We are funded by the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA) and bring together food groups in the South East, who support food producers and outlets with marketing, trade development, business support and training.

Invitation to Tender
Contract start: January 2007SEFGP is the lead body for the co-ordination of Public Sector Food Procurement Initiative (PSFPI) activity in the South East region. We are seeking proposals from suitably experienced contractors to undertake a short research project which will complement the work being funded by Government Office London.Download Invitation to Tender

We support the food groups with guidance and funding and organise regional projects and regional representation at national level (for example sector strategy development and regional representation at international trade shows).

This website is aimed at food producers in the South East – for consumer or trade information on South East producers, please visit:

Sustainable Fish City Top Ten Fish Swaps

Top Ten Fish Swaps – try something new and tasty! 

A simple way to help conserve fish is to give popular fish species a break and switch to delicious alternatives that may be under less pressure. But this can seem daunting if you are not familiar with the taste or qualities of the alternative. Sustainable Fish City has put together a simple list of the Top Ten Fish Swaps to help you.  The list was compiled with advice from the expert organisations who advise Sustainable Fish City. The Top Ten Swaps offers alternatives to commonly eaten species. It suggests other tasty species of fish to try, fish from a certified sustainable source or from sources judged as more sustainable by marine experts. It also offers tips on where you can buy more sustainable alternatives, including from supermarkets that score consistently well in the Marine Conservation Society sustainable fish supermarket survey.