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Free Plant Futures workshops come to Southwark

Made in Hackney are bringing their Plant Futures workshops to Southwark this November, helping organisations to create delicious, nutritious, climate-friendly and budget conscious plant-based food – don’t miss out on your spot! 

Plant Futures workshop, Middlesbrough. Credit: Roshni Shah, Made in Hackney

Plant Futures workshop, Middlesbrough. Credit: Roshni Shah, Made in Hackney

A more local, seasonal and plant-based diet can be better for our health, our pocket and our planet.  

The workshops, run by community cookery school, Made in Hackney, aim to help decision makers in food provision roles increase the quality and range of their plant-based offers. They offer easy to implement ideas for every organisation in a fun and interactive environment, supplemented by a toolkit, bursting with practical advice for creating fantastic plant-based meals.

Sign up for your free place today! 


Are you a decision maker in food? Then this workshop is for you. Attendees so far have included nutritionists, representatives from community food groups, and people working in restaurants, universities, school caterers, in public health and at local councils. 


Wednesday 2 November, 13.30-16.30  
Thursday 3 November, 10.30-13.30
You only need to attend one workshop. 


Community Cookery Kitchen 
Mercato Metropolitano 
42 Newington Causeway 

Register here

Want to know more about the Made in Hackney chefs leading the workshops? Check out our #RootstoWork on plant-based chef, writer, teacher and activist, Sareta Puri and her journey to food.  

Published Wednesday 26 October 2022

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