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The last ‘Eel of 2018 out now

This cyber malarkey’s all well and good but to sate your appetite for good ol’ dead tree technology, the September-December issue of The Jellied Eel magazine is out now!

Capital Growth space The May Project © Agnė Bekeraitytė

Capital Growth space The May Project © Agnė Bekeraitytė

London Food Link has been cooking up the capital’s magazine for good food since 2002. In the latest helping, you can enjoy:

  • Your pull-out guide to Urban Food Fortnight feasts and frolics
  • Tom Hunt our resident chef’s guide to pickling
  • The launch of the St. JOHN Pass it On food business support scheme
  • Elysia catering founder Sophie Andre is the star of our latest Roots To Work
  • A sniff around some good food stuff on an Oxford minibreak
  • Visits to ten of London’s best food gardens to celebrate a decade of Capital Growth
  • Food businesses cooking up circular economics
  • Farmers Who Feed London: Bradfields Farm Dairy
  • The Good Food Review of The Spread Eagle

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To say thank you to London Food Link supporters for helping us produce and print the magazine, we post each issue straight to your door.

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Otherwise, you can grab a copy (while limited stocks last) from more than 100 of our lovely friends around town.

Published 11 Sep 2018

Jellied Eel: With more than 50,000 readers, The Jellied Eel is the magazine for ethical eating in the capital. Published by Sustain's London Food Link to celebrate the best of London's local larder, each issue showcases the people and projects helping to put good food on the table. Annual subscription starts from less than £2 a month.

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