This year’s Urban Food Awards, run in partnership with the Mayor of London saw a new award to recognise the fantastic work that women are doing for London’s good food scene.
For a range of needs, Sustain’s Maria Devereaux prescribes horticultural therapy to stay well.
Cambridge Sustainable Food's Rachel Gomes welcomes the 'Eel to their city, and shares the details of its exciting food revolution.
Naked Larder has been running for just over a year, providing an alternative system for buying package-free produce, using online ordering and pre-arranged collections. Here Francesca Nicol asks founder Phili Denning her story and insights into zero-waste living in London.
Here Francesca Nicol rounds up of some of London’s waste-reducing, packaging-eliminating, plastic-free spots to buy good food across London, in this special edition of Around Town.
We asked Rosalind Rathouse, founder of Cookery School, to fill us in about the scale of food waste in the UK and what we can do in our homes to combat it. – read on for her top 10 tips and favourite recipe for using up bananas.
We’re celebrating International Women’s Day this year by giving you a glimpse of the Women in Food who have been selected as part of this year’s Urban Food Awards.
Running Club Mexicana's street food pop-ups and residencies before opening London's first fully vegan pub, Meriel Armitage has been at the forefront of London's vegan food revolution. Here, she shares how she's grown this good food career.
Since 2015 London's Urban Food Awards have been shining the spotlight on those putting good food at the heart of our communities. This year they taken on a different angle with 8 new catergories plus an fantastic new award for Women in Food.