London Food Link and The Mayor of London’s Food Team are on a mission to find the best of the fantastic food and drink being grown and made by the capital’s finest small, independent producers.
2 July 2015: We have have an exciting new development and partner for this year's UFAs. All will be revealed soon, including how Londoners will be able to choose the champions, so please WATCH THIS SPACE!
The categories are:
As well as great tasting food, producers will be asked to demonstrate clear commitment to sustainable food practices, including sourcing, employment and food waste policies.
Urban Food Awards will also be open to enterprises, organisations and individuals leading the way to a better food future. Entries are invited from:
Thanks to the more than 2400 Londoners who had their say in helping to crown the capital’s best, good food small enterprises.
On Thursday 4 December 2014, London Food Board Chair Rosie Boycott presented the following #urbanfoodawards at the gala ceremony at Whole Foods Market in Kensington:
Best Eatery: Stepney City Farm Café
Runners up: The Castle Café and Crisis Skylight Café
Best Educator: Made in Hackney
Runners up: Crisis Skylight Café and The Culinary Anthropologist
Best Producer: OrganicLea Community Growers
Runners up: Wild Card Brewery and Wildes Cheese
Best retailer: Brockley & Wapping Markets
Runners up: EAT17 and OrganicLea Community Growers
The People's Choice Award: Skylight Café
Other awards presented on the night: