Our phone number is 020 7065 0902 and address: Sustain, Development House, 56 - 64 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4LT.
Nearly 1200 votes were cast for the twenty Real Breads put forward by London bakeries for the competition organised by The Jellied Eel magazine and The Real Bread Campaign. The ten loaves that received the most votes are:
The judging panel for the final blind tasting at Borough Market will include award-winning, London-based food writers Diana Henry from The Sunday Telegraph, Lucas Hollweg from The Sunday Times and Victoria Stewart from The London Evening Standard.
The Londoners’ Loaf will be announced at The Real Bread Festival press breakfast on Friday 5 October on South Bank, and featured in the October issues of The Jellied Eel and True Loaf magazines.
For more information on The Jellied Eel please contact Ben Reynolds: firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7065 0902 twitter.com/jelliedeelmag
For more information on the Real Bread Campaign please contact Chris Young: email@example.com or 020 7065 0902 twitter.com/realbread facebook.com/realbreadcampaign
All of the bakers have given their assurance that the nominated loaves are what the Campaign calls Real Bread: that is made without the use of any artificial additives or processing aids in the flour or dough.
The Jellied Eel is a quarterly London magazine about ethical food. It is produced by BIG Media and London Food Link, part of the charity Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming. The free magazine is distributed via 150 outlets across London, to a readership of about 50,000. The Jellied Eel was a finalist in the best food magazine category of this year’s Guild of Food Writers Awards.
Also part of Sustain, and funded by the Big Lottery’s Local Food programme, the Real Bread Campaign is helping to bring Real Bread back to the hearts of our local communities. With membership open to everyone who cares about the state of bread in Britain, the Campaign defines Real Bread as made without the use of processing aids or any other artificial additives. From this simple starting point, the Campaign finds ways to make bread better for us, better for our communities and better for the planet. True Loaf is its quarterly members’ magazine.