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5 London restaurants that grow their own produce

Most things taste better if you grow them yourself, and these cafés and restaurants do just that

5 of the best restaurants with shops

Not only can you buy all sorts of wonderful produce at these establishments – you can eat there, too

Richard H Turner's column: Hawksmoor's executive chef on the best of spring veg

The UK is bursting with produce at this time of year, so forget imported ingredients and put a spring in your step with the season’s freshest homegrown vegetables

Cook with the purest, best-tasting trout from Norway

Norway's fjords produce some of the best fish around – and you can now buy it at Tesco and selected fishmongers

Grow your own mushrooms and combat food waste with the Espresso Mushroom Company

The brand's kitchen garden kits mean you can produce home-grown mushrooms from your kitchen cupboard

London's best food delivered to your door with Hubbub.co.uk

Whether it's just-caught Norfolk sea trout, juicy Jazz apples from small farms or handmade sourdough, fresh, small-scale produce always tastes better, and now it's got a delivery service to match

The Escapist: Oddbox co-founder Deepak Ravindran

Deepak Ravindran, co-founder of Oddbox, on starting a business that loves all veg

Growing Underground produces its first commercial harvest

Enjoy a frolic on Clapham Common? You might interested to learn that 100ft below it, in a disused bomb shelter, there's a subterranean farm called Growing Underground – and you can now buy its herbs

London Larder: The Urban Cordial Company

We've searched the far reaches of the capital to bring you the very best of London's artisanal produce – this time, it's The Urban Cordial Company