Our city hosts a fantastic range of food events, from community gardening days to food festivals, cookery demo days, permaculture training, farmers’ markets and food waste pop-up restaurants to mention just a few!
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Event to discuss food in Scotland, what we produce and consume and what kind of food system we want in 2030. Event organised by the Scottish's Futures Forum.Find out more »
Pop up shop: Bambú Living Sustainably package-free pop-up shop is a young start-up, aiming to raise awareness in reducing plastic and packaging use in our modern daily life. They offer a range of healthy package-free snacks (nuts, dried fruit, seeds, special mixes) to complement a healthy diet, staples (organic pasta, rice, pulses, oil), household refills (washing-up, hand-wash, laundry liquid), easy swaps (soap, shaving & shampoo bars) and more. They also stock the lovely upcycled cotton bags from #zerowasteshopper and other local…Find out more »
Did you know that last year, Food Sharing Edinburgh saved 193 tonnes of food from going to waste? Well, they are about to go one step further! On Saturday the 19th of January, the Food Sharing Hub will open its doors to the public. It will be Scotland’s first ever Rescued Food Shop. Don't miss out on this historic moment, marking the beginning of a more sustainable and more caring Edinburgh for us all! We would like to invite you,…Find out more »
In the depths of winter it can feel like summer is a world away. So why not invite some warmth in with a simple curry that takes a third of a time? In a few steps you’ll be able to turn healthy ingredients into a tasty family meal. In collaboration with IKEA, join Love Food Hate Waste Scotland, and learn how to make a meal that’s wallet-friendly, stress-free, and entirely delicious. This is cooking at its most rewarding! Private chef…Find out more »
Food for Life Get Togethers are here! Good food is food that's good for us, good for the environment and good for the local economy. Get Togethers provide a fun and accessible way to connect communities. The Soil Association Scotland are also offering funding for projects working to bring people together through good and sustainable food.Find out more »