91 Ways to Build a Global City

Bristol has 91 language communities and 91 Ways ambition is to build a healthier, happier, more united city by bringing together all Bristol’s communities using the power of food. Dal is not just an ingredient common to many international countries, but in many parts of the world it is a staple food which nourishes millions of people every day in daily meals but it also has a place at feast times. It is held with great respect as it is seen as the food that is accessible to all – rich or poor. 


Incredible Edible Bristol

Incredible Edible Bristol are inspiring people all over the city to take food production back into their own hands. Any piece of land has the potential to grow food – be it a curbside, your back garden or a spare corner in a park. Incredible Edible's mission is to take down the barriers between you and your ability to grow there.


Hodmedod's British Pulses and Grains

Hodmedod are the UK's pulse pioneers, working with a network of farmers to source and sell both organic and conventionally farmed peas, beans and British quinoa online and through independent retailers and farm shops. In 2017 Hodmedod won multiple awards including the BBC Food & Farming Award for Best Food Producer.

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The Spicery

The Spicery's recipe kits and subscriptions aim to make using spices easy, accessible and enjoyable in modern kitchens.

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Bristol Farmers Market

Bristol's award-winning weekly farmer’s and producer’s market offers the opportunity to buy fresh produce direct from independent producers across the city.  The market is open every Wednesday from 9.30am to 2.30pm on Corn Street and Wine Street, Bristol.


Thali Cafe

Thali are award winning Indian restaurants and eco tiffin take-away food in Clifton, Easton, Montpelier, Southville, Totterdown, Bristol and Oxford.

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Love Food Bristol

Love Food curates and runs markets, food fairs and festivals across Bristol and beyond.