The next event in our 2018 Food Talks series is "FEED THE CITY: How can everyone take action and create better urban food systems?". It takes place on Thursday, 29th November 2018 (6.30-8.45pm) at the Impact Hub King’s Cross.
How can we get people living in cities excited about food that is good for people, the planet and animals?
What can be done to incentivise people in cities to get involved in food projects that seek to do good?
And, how do we connect urban populations with where their food comes from?
We'll explore these urban food issue and showcase examples of exciting food projects, where city life and food that does good go hand in hand. Our keynote speaker is Pam Warhurst, founder of Incredible Edible and we'll also hear from some of the participants in the Impact Hub's Feeding the City accelerator programme.
The discussion will be followed by a delicious, free buffet supplied by co-sponsors Organico and Think.Eat.Drink. The idea of our Food Talks series is to stimulate debate about the issues that surround the world of food and to explore solutions to those challenges. Please join us!
The third event in our 2018 Food Talks series was "MAKE IT. How to make food & drink that tastes good and does good". It took place on Thursday, 20th September 2018 at the Impact Hub King’s Cross.
How can we make and cook delicious food that also has a positive impact on others and the environment?
Which food and drink makers are making a difference and what we can learn from them?
How can we use food to help build others a better future.
Our speakers were Danny McCubbin, culture manager at the Jamie Oliver Group; Hannah McCollum, founder of Chic P; and Sarah Lo, Better Health Bakery and the discussion was be chaired by Sarah Williams, Programme Director at Sustain.
Our Food Talks series is brought to you by the Food Ethics Council in partnership with Impact Hub Kings Cross, Organico, Think.Eat.Drink and London Food Link, part of Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming.