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.
Roots To Work: The brewer Jaega Wise
Find out what first got London Food Link supporter and head brewer at Walthamstow's Wild Card Brewery, Jaega Wise, into brewing beer.
A woman's place is in the kitchen?
Long-time London Food Link champion, and The Mayor of London’s departing food tsar, Rosie Boycott prescribes a return to the kitchen, but not to female domestic slavery.
Growing: Chef Supported Agriculture
Capital Growth volunteer Tania Han digs into emerging partnerships that aim to bring the professions of food growing and cheffing closer together and provide opportunities for better supply chains.
Good Food Review: The Table Café, Southwark
Sally Gurteen tucks in and talks supply chains and organic food with chef Shaun Alpine-Crabtree.