Bristol Food Union and the Welsh Independent Restaurant Collective have launched a campaign to drive the public to ‘eat independent, support local’. Like #BristolFoodKind, the #EatIndieBristol campaign urges citizens to support local food businesses and services under increased pressure due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Hear more from the Bristol Food Union team.

In our latest blog post, owner of Thali Easton Pepe Blanco tells us more about the company’s commitment to improving the environment in Bristol. A sustainable cargo service launches with delivery initially in Easton, Montpelier, St George’s, St Agnes, St Pauls and Eastville. Pepe describes how new COVID-19 measures need to be balanced to consider environmental impacts.

Operations Director at Grow Bristol, Oscar Davidson, writes our latest blog post. With most of their restaurant customers being forced to close, they have had to temporarily shut down their production facility. The team are gutted not to be growing, but it does give an opportunity to try something they’ve been wanting to do for a while – grow your own microgreen kits.