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Changing food for the better? Get involved in Urban Food Fortnight

Join London’s finest food growers, makers, chefs and savers, who are coming together to celebrate local food from 19 September to 6 October 2019. The first 15 events are live and you can join them by registering your event.

Get Connected Event: by Zoe Warde-aldam

Get Connected Event: by Zoe Warde-aldam

Following our packed out Get Connected event at the Table Cafe, London’s enterprising food growers, chefs, makers and enterprises are collaborating on mores exciting events for the fortnight, with pop ups, workshops and more . So if you are a champion of London’s good food scene and have an idea for this year’s Urban Food Fortnight, register it today or get in touch.

This year's Urban Food Fortnight will kick off with American fermentation guru, Sandor Katz. Find out more here. 

You can also keep conscientious consumers in the know about all of the wonderful work you do beyond Urban Food Fortnight. List your venue or shop on London Food Link’s Good Food Map, which showcases all of the capital’s best good food spots.

Remember to keep up to date with London’s local food revolution by signing up to our newsletter and hear about new events first @jelliedeelmag

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Published Tuesday 6 August 2019

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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