Roots to Work: The Greener-Grocers
Not a pair likely to let a pandemic stand in their way, Rob Slater chatted to Shrub Provisions cofounders and veg-fighting duo Harry Dyer and Sam Best about starting up when restaurants were closing down and supplying London with produce from the finest agroecological growers around.
Women who farm
When someone says ‘farmer’ for many this may default to a familiar image of a man wearing a flat cap and driving a tractor. Mecca Ibrahim, co-founder of Women in the Food Industry, speaks to rising farmers who are changing this picture.
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Top of the swops
Ahead of this year's World Fisheries Day, Ruth Westcott gives us her recommendations for the top swops we can make to buy better fish.
The Mayoral Election: Our good food vision
With the upcoming Mayoral elections 6 May 2021, London Food Link’s Amy Luck outlines the steps the next Mayor should take to ensure all Londoners have access to healthy and sustainable food.
Celebrating two years of the junk food ad ban
The 25 February 2021 marks the second anniversary of London's Healthier Food Advertising Policy. Here Karolay Lorenty Vera and Fran Bernhardt reflect on this world-leading intervention to address the obesity epidemic.
Roots To Work: The Plant Pioneer
Safiya Robinson is the founder of Sisterwoman Vegan, a plant-based social enterprise exploring wellness through food. She invites critical food conversation through supperclubs, private catering and cooking lessons. While focused on the black experience, most events are open to all.