Good Food Businesses: rebuilding, reopening and retaining new customers
24/06/2020 15:00 16:30

Photo: Pexels, CC0 public domain

Photo: Pexels, CC0 public domain

Wednesday 24 June 3-4.30pm

A webinar organised by Sustainable Food Places and Sustain, with the Real Bread Campaign and London Food Link.

Good Food Businesses have shown their ability to adapt during the Covid-19 lockdown by swiftly establishing new and different ways to continue to supply food to their local areas.  Now that lockdown is starting to lift and we begin to shift to a 'new normal', this webinar will showcase several Good Food organisations who are finding innovative ways to re open right, build back better, retain new customers and the maintain the revived interest in local, and better, food.

H:M:S into recording

03:30       Intro from Sarah Williams
15:22       Andrew Stephan, Sustainable Restaurant Association
23.16       Nicki East, Better Food Traders & Jean Bergin, Local Greens
41.10       Q&A
46.50       Chris Young, the Real Bread Campaign
50.52       Jess Kopp, E5 Bakehouse
58.18       Emma Parkin, Emma's Bread / The Boatyad Bakery and Cafe
1:07:30    Julie Smith, Good Food Exeter
1:16:12    Q&A
1:23:28    Sarah Williams on next steps

 

Link to recording

Accompanying slides


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