London’s food is changing for the better. Join us in Bethnal Green on 11th of September 2012 for a special conference to hear from some of the people that are making it happen, followed by an evening of celebration!
The Good Food for London Conference: Putting sustainable food on the map includes speakers - London Mayoral candidate and GLA member Jenny Jones, and Tristram Stuart founder of Feeding the 5000 and author of Waste.
Also hear from those that have worked on some of the most inspiring initiatives to make London’s food more sustainable in the last decade. Come chat and mingle over some tasty grub and share your ideas for what the next ten years could look like. We will be celebrating ten years of London Food Link, the network for those who care about ethical and sustainable food, and hearing from the initiatives that have helped improve London’s food over the last decade.
The event will also see the launch of the 2012 Good Food for London report, which documents how boroughs are leading the way in putting better food on the Londoner’s plate. Hear from the campaigns involved and the stand-out boroughs. Plus, in this Olympic year we’ll hear from those involved in ensuring that the food for the games and beyond is fit for Olympians.
Tuesday 11th September, 2pm until late…
Rich Mix 35 – 47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA
Sustainable Food Soirée, 5pm until late (evening tickets available)
To book a place, see: https://www.sustainweb.org/londonfoodlink/network_do/
Please contact Ross Compton at Sustain on 0203 5596 777 or email: email@example.com.
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Published 14 Aug 2012
Food Legacy: The campaign, launched October 2011, is inspired by the London 2012 Food Vision adopted by the organisers of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Food Legacy asks caterers, restaurants, event organisers and hospitality organisations to commit publicly to taking steps to improve the healthiness, ethics and sustainability of the food they serve.