As part of Fairtrade Fortnight, which runs until 10 March 2019, the Fairtrade Foundation have unveiled the world’s first secret hot chocolate salon, hidden in an East London newsagent.
London Food Link supporters have an opportunity to win an ad slot in the Spring 2019 issue of The ‘Eel, the capital’s good food magazine.
In an effort to tackle childhood obesity, the Mayor and Transport for London's ban on junk food advertising is now active.
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The awards honouring London’s good food organisations held their second ever ceremony on 24th January at Greenwich Market.
Following the success of Southwark Council's fizz-free February the SUGAR SMART campaign is helping people throughout the UK to swap fizzy drinks for sugar-free options.
The veg are coming! With marketing messages hitting screens and billboards across the capital, Veg Power is on a mission to get kids eating more.
Nominations for the Mayor of London’s Urban Food Awards are now open. This year there are eight categories, plus a special award for Women in Food.
Greenwich Cooperative Development Agency (GCDA) are helping people to set up their own fruit and veg stalls by sharing their 16 years of experience at a seminar later this month (Tuesday 29 January).
Impact Hub are offering start-up support for good food businesses that will add value to communities.
The London Assembly have released a report on the importance of farming in London’s Green Belt, and what the Mayor and councils can do to protect it.
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