Good food careers and the people who are living them. Take a peek behind the scenes to hear about making it in the sustainable food sector, plus a few tasty tips.
Jess Latchford runs Waste Knot, rescuing the surplus fruit and vegetables that fail to meet supermarkets' strict cosmetic standards.
Dan Crossley shares his insight from a varied career, driven by passion and a diverse range of experiences that’s led him to become Executive Director of the Food Ethics Council.
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.
In the latest of our good food jobs features, we meet Ben Carter, a freelance career coach working with those exploring value-driven work around food and sustainability.
Zoe McIntyre meets Urban Food Awards 2016 winner Hazel Griffiths, founder of Tottenham-based Fruit Magpie.
Kerry Rankine has worked at the Hackney-based social enterprise Growing Communities for over 17 years and is currently the Dagenham Farm and Farmers’ Market co-ordinator. This involves overseeing the long-established Growing Communities’ Farmers Market as well as their Dagenham Farm, which was set up six years ago and produces four tonnes of food annually sold through their box scheme and to residents and restaurants.
Since summer 2016, Sophie Andre’s Elysia has rescued about six tonnes of surplus food from local growers and artisan producers, transforming it into meals they deliver by bicycle to events around London.
Natural chef, Ceri Jones speaks to the Eel about her work, food heroes and love of straciatella ice cream.
Kate Lewis is a registered dietitian with a background as a chef in London’s restaurant industry. After graduating 18 months ago, she is now working as a dietetic health coach for a health tech start-up.