Running Club Mexicana's street food pop-ups and residencies before opening London's first fully vegan pub, Meriel Armitage has been at the forefront of London's vegan food revolution. Here, she shares how she's grown this good food career.
Since 2015 London's Urban Food Awards have been shining the spotlight on those putting good food at the heart of our communities. This year they taken on a different angle with 8 new catergories plus an fantastic new award for Women in Food.
In addition to London Food Link’s campaigning and project work, key elements of our mission are to join the dots between, and to throw a spotlight on, everyone involved in good food in the capital. Outgoing Jellied Eel editor Chris Young looks back on some of the year’s highlights.
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Meal replacement products are considered, by some, to be the food of the future. Holly Holder wanted to delve deeper to understand how good they actually are.
Zoe McIntyre meets Urban Food Awards 2016 winner Hazel Griffiths, founder of Tottenham-based Fruit Magpie.
Journalist and broadcaster Sheila Dillion chats to Chris Young.
Rosie Baldwin looks at how circular thinkers are seeing food chain ‘waste’ as a resource, whether it’s in the form of coffee grounds, empty wine bottles or even onion peels.
Whilst there are committed carrot crunchers out there, in general we’re not eating enough veg. Veg Cities campaign coordinator Sofia Parente introduces a new mission to help convert our city and nation of veg-o-phobes.
Sugar has a bad rap, and perhaps rightly so, says Holly Holder. Research has indicated direct links between excessive sugar consumption and weight gain, heart disease, diabetes, lack of energy and poor dental health.
In addition to composting, many of us dutifully separate and put recyclable food and drink packaging out for collection, perhaps with the nagging fear that it all just gets chucked in the same bin and sent to landfill. Sam Sinha rummages around to shed some light on what happens to your lovingly sorted stuff after collection.
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