Sustainability, Heritage, Equality: Panel Discussion and Ethical Holiday & Gifts Food Fair
Date: Tuesday, 12th December 2023
Time: 17.00 - 21.00
Location: The Conduit, 6 Langley St, London WC2H 9JA
Price: From £8.83 (Early Bird Price)
Tickets: Available here
Panel Discussion: “Sustainability, Heritage, and Equality”
Join us for an inspiring and mouth watering event that celebrates the intersection of food, sustainability, heritage, and equality. Our Women in The Food Industry panel features five remarkable women who have made their mark in the culinary world, breaking down gender barriers and championing sustainability, mindful cooking, and food heritage.
All surplus from ticket sales will be donated to the charity School Food Matters.
Moderated by Jenny Linford, our panellists include:
Sally Abé: Consultant Chef at The Pem Restaurant who is a strong champion of empowering women in hospitality.
Sabrina Gidda: An acclaimed chef and cookbook writer with an eclectic global approach to cooking.
Hélèna Dove: Head of the kitchen garden at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Previously she managed a historic kitchen garden full of heritage produce.
Anjula Devi: An author and consultant chef who worked with Manchester United and produces sustainable and authentic Indian cuisine.
After the panel discussion and Q&A and during the Food Fair, books from Hélèna Dove, Sabrina Gidda and Jenny Linford will be available to buy and be signed by the authors.
Ethical Food Fair:
In addition to the panel discussion, our event features an exciting Ethical Food Fair that showcases a wide range of handcrafted, locally sourced, and ethically produced food products. Explore a treasure trove of offerings, perfect for gifting to your loved ones or indulging in yourself. From ethically sourced drinks to hand-pressed olive oils, you’ll find an array of delectable and consciously sourced goodies to tempt your taste buds and warm your heart. Producers include:
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to be part of a vibrant community of food enthusiasts, advocates, and creators. Come together to celebrate sustainability, heritage, and equality in the world of food while indulging in some of the finest ethical culinary delights.
Inspiring panel discussion with trailblazing women in the food world all members of the Women in the Food Industry Community
Explore and shop for ethically sourced and handcrafted food & drink products curated by Todelli
Networking opportunities with fellow food enthusiasts plus book signings of the panellists books
Delicious food samples and tastings from local vendors all selling on Todelli’s curated sustainable and ethical online market.
All surplus from ticket sales will be donated to the charity School Food Matters. Find out more with our Interview with School Food Matters CEO and Founder Stephanie Slater