We’re excited to tell you that our project that puts healthy fast food outlets in areas dominated by unhealthy options, has been nominated for an Urban Food Award.
We’d love it if you could vote for us under the “Eaterie” category before October 31st.
Go here to vote.
And if you want to see how our vendors are getting on, you can catch them in the following locations in London:
Soul Food Rocks started trading in Tower Hamlets at the end of September. They have a great choice of Caribbean food and are on Estate Road in Stepney, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 12-4pm.
Papi’s Pickles are on Chalton Street Market, near to Kings Cross and will be serving their delicious dosas, Weds-Fri, 11am-4pm.
Riojaes Cuisine will be launching on 3 November on Hackney Road, and will be serving jerk burgers and more from lunch time onwards.
Do go and visit them and check out some of their healthy fast food!
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