Chefs, activists & food citizens
It's time to rally together and drive radical change across the food system. Join us for vital conversations by day, then party with us under the arches by night.
Two ticket options
Day & Night
Hop between Bermondsey arches for our three panel discussions covering access, capitalism and individual impact.
Start with lunch at London Log Co. (with Sertac Dirik on the charcoals), then head to Ancestrel for natural wine, and finish up with Chris Leach's legendary hotdogs at our afterparty.
Join us for the final panel on impact, followed by Chris Leach's cult status hotdogs, and party with us ‘til late.
Meet the chefs, activists, agroecologists and thought leaders making waves across the food system right now. Be part of the conversation as we ask: How do we build inclusivity into a better food future? Is capitalism compatible with environmentalism? How do we register our impact?
The arable grains grower proving that regenerative agriculture can feed the world. Through Wildfarmed, he scales up his model, shaking up the ways grains are grown, milled and baked with cultural powerhouses like Jolene & Big Jo.
Chef-founder of KOL, cooking genre-defying, Mexican dishes built around unassuming small-scale growers, bringing their traditions and personalities to the plate. As notable as Rene Redzepi's right-hand man at NOMA Mexico as he is for his spellbinding speaking.
GROW founder connecting school children and communities with the earth, equipping them with the skills, knowledge and tools to make positive choices for their futures. Currently setting a national benchmark from their North London hub.
The authority on real cheese. As the buyer for Neal’s Yard Dairy, Bronwen champions small British and Irish farmhouse cheesemakers with a razor-sharp focus on quality. A leader in mobilising collaboration between cheesemakers and the scientific community.
Regenerative farmer and consultant. Grassland management expert who has spent the past 20 years helping UK landowners shift to agroecological systems. A straight talker with limitless hands-on experience and theoretical knowledge, he has played a key role at our own farm, Melilot.
Chef-grower heading up Melilot, our regenerative organic farm in Cornwall. Formerly executive chef at Simon Rogan’s Fera and architect of L’Enclume’s farming operation, he’s spent the past decade evolving the farm to table movement, establishing soil health, flavour and nutrition as the markers of quality.
Qualified medical doctor, practitioner of ecological medicine, published author and lecturer, Jenny is the voice of authority linking environmental and human health. A vital force bringing preventative, nutritional treatments into the realm of modern medicine.
Josaiah and his team are building demand for British-grown pulses, grains and flours — famed for reviving lesser known produce like the fava bean, and launching quinoa (from Essex) into the market.
Ecological focused regenerative grower, forager, cook: Poppy inspires people to reconnect with nature through food. Nature is a Human Right ambassador, she fights for accessibility.
Climate change scientist and advisor Catherine helps companies convert to more nature-based solutions, and is well versed on the financial and socioeconomic challenges in farming.
Full lineup coming soon. Watch this space.
We've called on our neighbours — suppliers to the UK's hottest flavour-first restaurants — as well as our community of chefs and DJs to host, feed and fire you up.
Mark (aka Lord Logs) and the London Log Co. team are behind some of the best charcoal cooking in the country — shifting the parameters of flavour with Kiln, Brat, Mangal 2.
Guillaume is the founder of Ancestrel and our connection to some of the greatest natural winemakers in the industry. Behind knockout wine lists at Kiln and Duck Soup.
Ludi & Ben’s two arches make up Hop Kingdom — the base for their accessible craft beer and skateboarding squad. Plus, the dream situ for our afterparty.