London’s good food scene ‘gets connected’
Over 50 of London’s food producers, retailers and makers came together on Monday 17 July as part of London Food Link’s Get Connected for Urban Food Fortnight event at the Table Café.
The event gives London growers, makers, chefs and retailers a chance to sample wares, network and make connections for the fortnight and beyond. “The event has become a regular and really successful part of the calendar” explained Sarah Williams, Programme Director from London Food Link.
Featured producers included LFL regulars Kappacasein cheese who has already sold additional produce as a result of the event, Hackney Herbal who made many links for future projects and Fruit Magpie showcasing their award-winning fruit cheese.
Newcomers included Food Chain, a distributor now working with Sutton Community Farm, and UnLtd and Bread and Jam Festival who are supporting food start-ups. The SRA were also able to bring along some great good food restaurants including Foxlow and Tredwells who have already signed up events for this year’s Urban Food Fortnight.
Find a full list of producers on our website or sign up your event for Urban Food Fortnight.
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