The Black Bull Inn, Sedburgh: ‘We were properly fed and watered’ – restaurant review | Food

The Black Bull Inn, 44 Main Street, Sedbergh LA10 5BL (015396 20264, Snacks £4.50-£6.50, sandwiches £6.95-£14.95, starters £9.95-£10.9, mains £18.50-£27.95, desserts £7.50-£8.50, wines from £28 It would be easy to misread... Read more »

Brick Lane Chef single-handedly combats food bank dilemma for 5,000 nurses

By Angela Green, Content Executive, H&C News: Brick Lane Chef single-handedly combats food bank dilemma for 5,000 nurses. With the cost of living crisis forcing nurses to frequent food banks, a young chef... Read more »

London council to use wasteland to help educate children about growing food

A London borough council has launched a policy to educate children growing up in urban areas about healthy living by transforming wasteland into new allotments and orchards. Hounslow Council said the “first-of-its-kind”... Read more »

Report lays out ‘heart-breaking’ extent of child food poverty in London

A quarter of a million children are living in food poverty in London, with 14 per cent of under-16s in the capital facing “low” or “very low” food security, a new report... Read more »

Milk Beach, London W1: ‘Worth putting your best board shorts on for’ – restaurant review | Food

Of all the conspiracy theories you could get tangled up in, the idea that “Australia is a hoax” might well be my favourite. Its inhabitants? Merely actors. Qantas? Fictitious. You could take... Read more »

Quarter of a million children living in food poverty in London – South London News

By Joe Talora, Local Democracy Reporter As many as 250,000 children in London are believed to be living in food poverty, according to a “heartbreaking” new report. A 2021 to 2022 survey... Read more »

OFM Awards 2022: Lifetime Achievement – Shun-Bun Lee | Food & drink industry

Towards the end of the summer Shun-Bun Lee, owner of the New Loon Fung restaurant in London’s Chinatown, found himself lacking a dim sum chef for his six-strong team. But he knew... Read more »

Hackney Community Food Hub’s Victoria Park plates protest

Published: 11:01 AM October 11, 2022 More than 700 empty dinner plates were laid down in Victoria Park as part of an installation to protest food poverty. The Community Food Hub, an... Read more »

London community food group stages evocative protest after research reveals over seven million adults cannot put food on the table for their families

*** FREE FOR EDITORIAL USE *** Founder of The Community Food Hub, Michelle Dornally, and seasoned activist Sean Binder join Hackney’s local community laying down 730 empty dinner plates in Victoria Park,... Read more »

Too Good To Go on the rise in London, as demand for the surplus food app soars nationwide amidst cost of living crisis

The world’s largest food saving app, Too Good To Go, has reported a surge in demand amidst the cost of living crisis. In the UK from March to July 2022, Too Good... Read more »