Solace in the city
Mary Selzer looks ahead to what you can expect from the 7th annual Big Dig Day on 21 April 2018.
Meet London’s first 50 Urban Food Heroes using food for good
Following the launch during Urban Food Fortnight 2017, we are delighted to be able to finally share with you our first 50 Urban Food Heroes. These are people and enterprises that grow, cook, make and save food and, ultimately, are making London a better place through their amazing ventures.
Taking the pulse of London hospital food
Hospitals have a poor reputation when it comes to food, but what sort of meals are really being served up? Katherine Button writes about how the Campaign for Better Hospital Food’s new report is lifting the lid on the state of patients’ plates.
Turning a proﬁt in the food industry is widely recognised as near-impossible, so the explosion of supper clubs with a social conscience is perhaps a surprise, says Sam Sinha. Here they explore the motivation behind the trend.
BLOG: Doctors’ orders: 10 reasons why growing food is good for you
Jim Sikorski has been an NHS doctor for 38 years, and is one of the cofounders of Sydenham Garden, as well as a keen gardener. Ahead of Capital Growth’s seventh Big Dig Day on 21 April and 10 year anniversary, he shares 10 reasons why you should grow food (and get down to your local community garden to do so).