Sustainable Food Futures
For celebrations around International Women’s Day join us in shining a spotlight on leading female voices in food sustainability. You can take part in discussions at how we can work towards a more sustainable future for ourselves and what we can teach people coming into the industry. We will explore where better food sustainability starts. Is it in our schools, our homes, our colleges, our restaurants, our retailers?
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 food with our hosts at Cookery School. So join us on the evening of the 6th March 2020, for another insightful and delicious night.
With organic Prosecco & soft drinks on arrival, there will be demonstrations by Ros Rathouse – founder of Cookery School at Little Portland Street (London’s most sustainable cookery school) of delicious dishes using “surplus” fruit and vegetables from Waste Knot, keynote talks and a panel discussion including Edwina Hughes Head of Engagement for the Cool Food Pledge at the World Resources Institute , Corinna Hawkes Director of the Centre for Food Policy at City, University of London, Stephanie Wood founder of School Food Matters , Catherine Flood Curator at the V&A Museum who curated their hugely popular Food Bigger Than the Plate exhibition and Juliet Davenport, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Good Energy – a 100% renewable energy company with a mission to power a greener, cleaner future together.
At the end of the evening we’ll be giving away goodie bags with sustainable samples from food & drinks companies including Belazu Ingredients Company and Small Beer Brew Co.
Paid up Women in the Food Industry members only pay £20 per ticket. Look out for the discount promo code on our private Facebook page.
Remember the ticket price includes a welcome drink of organic Prosecco, a light supper AND the goodie bag. All are welcome to attend both women and men!