On Wednesday 13 September, around 60 lovers of good food gathered at Today Bread in Walthamstow for the launch of London Food Link’s new Urban Food Heroes award.
Urban Food Fortnight is back for its sixth year from 8-24 September. Curated by London Food Link, the programme for the annual celebration of good food in the capital is jam-packed.
London Food Link is excited to bring you seven inspiring talks from people who are doing good through good food at the Food for Good Celebration on Wednesday 13 September.
Our fundraising campaign ends at 10am this Thursday and we’re close to our target but still need your help to reach it.
On Monday 17 July, London Food Link will bring together the capital’s enterprising food growers and small-batch producers with sustainable chefs at The Table Café to Get Connected for Urban Food Fortnight 2017.
Urban Food Fortnight celebrated the capital’s finest small-scale food and drinks producers with an exciting schedule of dynamic events, from cookery classes to heated debates. We recap on some of its many highlights.
On 22nd September, Urban Food Fortnight’s hugely successful 5x15 event saw leading food writers, activists and entrepreneurs take the stage at Farmopolis, in Greenwich, to share their visions on the future of urban food.
On 21 September, The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan opened the third annual Urban Food Awards and presented a new award recognising the use of surplus food.
Check out the special Urban Food Fortnight podcast put together by our friends Farmerama Radio.
London’s fifth annual Urban Food Fortnight will kick off today. From 9 to 25 September Londoners can take part in activities celebrating the fabulous food grown, made, cooked, saved and foraged in the capital. There are over 70 events taking place across London, so make sure you don't miss out.
London’s fifth annual Urban Food Fortnight kicks off this Friday marking the start of 17 days of feasting on the fabulous food grown, made, cooked, saved and foraged in the capital.
On 1 September 2016, Olia Hercules Tom Hunt Rowley Leigh and Oliver Rowe judged the produce categories of the Urban Food Awards.
As part of Urban Food Fortnight, on 22 September London Food Link presents 5x15: The Future of Urban Food, a one-off chance to hear five leading thinkers, including Bee Wilson and Henry Dimbleby share their ideas on the future of the food grown, made, cooked and saved in the capital.
Preparation for Urban Food Fortnight is in full swing, with dozens of events already registered and ready to be signed up to. These include bread-making workshops, Harvest feasts and festivals, edible garden open days, a book launch and even a special UFF treasure hunt around East London.
London’s local food growers, producers and businesses are gearing up for the annual celebration of the fantastic food being grown, made, cooked and saved right on our doorstep.
London Food Link is excited to announce that the Urban Food Fortnight events map is now live! People adding their events now will have the chance to appear in The Jellied Eel, the good food magazine read by more than 40,000 Londoners.
On Monday 18 July 2016, dozens of London’s small-scale food growers, producers, retailers and restaurateurs gathered on a garden rooftop in Shoreditch to make plans for the upcoming Urban Food Fortnight and taste delicious foods created in the city.
In the run up to, and during, Urban Food Fortnight 2015 there were 23 mentions of the event in 20 different publications, both digital and print, including a feature in Time Out.
During September London celebrated its urban food scene with 165 events, highlighting the best of its local larder.
On Saturday 19 September over 45 edible gardens throughout London will open their gates to celebrate the harvest season. Edible Gardens Open Day is an annual event for Londoners to explore secret gardens, embark on an edible walking tour, or venture further afield to discover people growing in novel places.
London is set to showcase the best of the capital’s eateries and food producers during Urban Food Fortnight with more than 140 events and special menus at some of the city’s top restaurants.
Urban Food Fortnight, 11-27 September 2015. With a month to go, London’s local food businesses, growers and producers are preparing for the annual celebration of the fantastic food being grown, produced and cooked right on our doorstep.
On Wednesday 15 July 2015, around sixty of the capital’s most passionate community food growers, small-batch producers and ethical chefs came together to make plans for Urban Food Fortnight.
As part of the Urban Food Routes initiative, London Food Link and the Plunkett Foundation are offering cash and support to just 25 lucky, small, community-focussed food enterprises.
On 15 July, London Food Link is bringing together London’s enterprising food growers and producers with sustainable chefs to Get Connected for Urban Food Fortnight 2015
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