Roots To Work: The baker Alice Williams
In the spring 2018 issue of The Jellied Eel magazine, Chris Young caught up with Luminary Bakery founder Alice Williams for our regular feature on people carving our careers in good food jobs.
The Londoners turning leftover bread into jobs
From beer production to a tool for tackling unemployment, food waste has the potential to create a whole new type of economy in our capital, says Holly Holder.
Roots To Work: The beekeeper Dale Gibson
To help inspire people to trade in their nine to five for a good food job, in 2016 we launched this new feature. The first person we chatted to was urban apiculturist Dale Gibson of Bermondsey Street Bees.
Chewing it over with Jamie Oliver
He founded Fifteen in the same year as London Food Link launched The ‘Eel, continues championing good food for all and challenging obstacles that stand in its way. So the chap for us to chat to this issue was obvious…
BLOG: Tackling food poverty: learning from London
Simon Shaw reflects on progress addressing food poverty in the capital and the lessons that can be shared more widely. Our collaborative work in London provides further evidence that committed individuals and organisations can make a real difference to the lives of local people by working together.