Indie Farmer Nigel Akehurst continues his agricultural road trip with a visit to Just Kidding in Wiltshire.
Benjamin Cullen says ‘velo’ to the new wave of pedal-powered provender peddlers.
With its festively grimy spirit, Bristol has a subversive flavour to its tradition of ethical food. It was the UK’s first European Green Capital, is home to the Soil Association and is a Sustainable Food City. Ramona Andrews finds grass roots abound.
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Liverpool has the tasty combination of diverse communities and a renowned independent attitude. Scouse gastronaut Lucy Antal finds a food scene that is developing at a rapid pace.
The tenth annual, international celebration of Real Bread and the people who make it runs from 24 February to 4 March, so what better time to visit one of London’s loveliest loafers?
Blogger Justine Rose, who successfully bid in our crowdfunding campaign to write a feature for The ‘Eel, explores the practicalities, and options, for avoiding food packaging.
Suzy East explores how breaking away from a linear, single-use, throwaway system to a circular one, in which surplus and waste products become inputs of a new cycle, makes total economic sense.
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