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The Jellied Eel is London Food Link's quarterly magazine for sustainable food in London, produced by the charity Sustain and available to pickup at over 150 locations around the city. more

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Jellied Eel 48 is out now

  • Yuki Gomi on Japanese food with a conscience
  • Tales of herring do
  • Urban Food Fortnight
  • Tom Hunt on wild mushrooms
  • Growing Enterprise
  • Glug! Tipples from foraged fruits
  • Living as a vegan freegan
  • Bicycle food deliveries
  • To Market Brook Green Market and Kitchen
  • The Eel Loves... Clapton
  • Capital Growth seasonal planting guide

All these articles can be found in the print edition.


Wheel-y good food

Vintage van veneer, pulled pork pretension and dude food delusions, or small businesses built on ethical values? Holly Brooke-Smith speaks to some of the people steering London’s street food in the right direction. more

Hungry city

As London Food Link launches London’s Food Poverty Profile, Rosie McArthy underlines that widening cracks in the welfare state can no longer be papered over. more

Inconvenience stores

This summer marks the tenth anniversary of a movement on a mission to protect small businesses, local communities and the environment by challenging the incursion of supermarkets into neighbourhoods. Lucy Bradley chats to some of those involved. more

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