On 25 January, the first ever Foodism 100 awards – in association with Southern Comfort – took place at Borough Market's Market Hall. Here's a look at what went on
It goes without saying that we love good food and drink. But we especially love good food and drink that has the potential to effect change.
It's not just that eating and drinking sustainably and ethically is good for the planet. It's that it results in what we've been striving for since our first issue: better food and drink, and a better system of venues, businesses and producers making it.
So when we were choosing a way to reward those venues and businesses that make London so special, we could think of nothing better than to focus on those businesses who do good things in food and drink. From the best restaurants with a sustainable edge to the cafés who are helping coffee farmers earn a fair wage, the social enterprises giving people a much-needed second chance and the street-food traders changing the way fast food impacts the environment, The Foodism 100, in association with Southern Comfort, represent the cream of the crop in London's sustainable and ethical food and drink scene.
Check out the Foodism 100 – and the ten category winners – below.