The British Library are in the 5th year of their highly popular talks on food, all inspired by their extensive food-related collections. Many of the events feature prominent women in the food industry. The events started in April and run until late May 2022. We highlight some of our favourites.
Tuesday, 12th April 2022
The British Library are in the 4th year of their highly popular talks on food, all inspired by their extensive food-related collections. Many of the events feature prominent women in the food industry. The events start on 13th April and run until late May 2021. We highlight some of our favourites.
Monday, 12th April 2021
In our week of celebrations around International Women’s Day we held a fascinating panel where the voices of women in food tech shared their journeys and thoughts for the future. Here’s a recap of the night which was part of The Future of Food Meetup Series from Forward Fooding.
Saturday, 14th March 2020
In a week of celebrations around International Women’s Day we were delighted to shine a spotlight on leading female voices in food sustainability and the future of food. Our outstanding panel shared their journeys into sustainability and their hopes for how we could work towards a brighter future for not only the food industry, but for our health, young people’s education and our planet. Discover some of the big issues these bright lights covered.
Wednesday, 11th March 2020
We have a whole week’s worth of events for International Women’s Day. You’ll discover a whole range of demos, debates, networking, tastings & lunchtime talks to celebrate the day’s theme of #EachForEqual. The week should be wonderful opportunity to enjoy a debates with many inspiring women in the food industry.
Wednesday, 4th March 2020
Catherine Flood, curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum and in 2019 she curated Food: Bigger than the Plate, a major V&A exhibition. Join Catherine at our Sustainable Food Futures Event to hear more about her work and extensive research in curating the exhibition and the sustainable, fair, creative and inventive companies she discovered along the way who are working on the future of food.
Saturday, 29th February 2020
On Sunday the 8th of March, Todelli and Women in the Food Industry invite you to join a vibrant day full of food and the presence of amazing female food business founders to celebrate International Women’s Day.
Tuesday, 18th February 2020
Hara Mihailidou is the founder of Todelli, a UK food-tech start-up that is using the power of the sharing economy to allow professional chefs to discover unique, hard-to-find food makers with provenance, chat with them directly, order over a few clicks and track orders from multiple suppliers in one place. Join Hara at our Women in Food Tech panel where she will share her journey, experience and offer thoughts and advice on working in the future of food. Todelli have also partnered with Women in the Food Industry for our special Food Makers Day.
Tuesday, 18th February 2020
Thuy Diem Pham is a British-Vietnamese chef, author and owner of The Little Viet Kitchen restaurant in Islington, North London. Join Thuy at our Inspiring Urban Female Food Founders panel and you can discover more of how she has worked to bring her love of Vietnamese hospitality into a delicious reality. Learn more of the story of her restaurant, cook book and how she is launching her sauce into home kitchens throughout the UK.
Monday, 17th February 2020
Our event on Sustainable Gastronomy Day 2019 was one of our most popular. Building on this appetite we wanted to continue the conversation around the future of sustainable food with our hosts at Cookery School. So join us on the evening of the 6th March 2020, for another insightful and delicious night.
Friday, 6th March 2020
Cookery School at Little Portland Street,15b Little Portland Street, London, W1W 8BW
Meet and chat with our Lancashire Producers at our Pop Up Food Fair from 12 – 3pm on 30th January 2020 at Lancaster University’s Marketplace where you can sample and buy their amazing local produce.
Thursday, 16th January 2020
July 2019 saw the 10th anniversary of Imbibe Live, one of the UK’s biggest on-trade events for the drinks and hospitality industry. Attracting thousands of visitors each year to Olympia London, our co-founder Mecca Ibrahim went along, keen to discover the latest trends. She didn’t quite expect to see that the future of the drinks would mean less alcohol, more sustainability and an industry catering to future drinkers looking to get their kicks less intoxicating ways.
Thursday, 4th July 2019