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New events announced for Urban Food Fortnight

Exciting collaborations are popping up between London's best chefs, growers and makers who are cooking up events for Urban Food Fortnight, which runs from 19 September to 6 October 2019. 

Midnight Apothercary by Miles Willis

Midnight Apothercary by Miles Willis

The latest events cover the best of Londons good food scene, ranging from waste-free supperclubs with the likes of Naked Larder and Brixton Pound Cafe, creative workshops to hone your cooking skills like 'Cooking with Aquafaba' with Made in Hackney and 'Making Herbal Infusions with Honey' with Mercato Metropolitano, as well as thought-provoking discussions on the future of London's food at Impact Hub's King's Cross. 

Full List of Events

With Urban Food Fortnight approaching, the lineup is growing every day. Keep up to date with London’s local food revolution and hear about new events first by signing up to the Jellied Eel fortnightly news.

Urban Food Fortnight joins the dots between growers, makers, chefs and those that love to cook and eat good food, so if you are doing great things to promote London food or have an idea for this year’s Urban Food Fortnight or are already, register your event here. It's the perfect opportunity to make connections with other people in London as passionate about sustainable food as you are - and it's great for business too.

Owner of Café Spice Namaste Cyrus Todiwala on how Urban Food Fortnight is good for your business.

Published Tuesday 20 August 2019

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