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London's most sustainable feasts

From a seasonal suppers raising money for Syria to critter bitter-laced cocktails, here are some of the capital's best social enterprises serving up food for good. Forks at the ready, you're in for a treat

A few of our favourite social enterprises

Taste good; do good. These cafés and restaurants put funds and time into giving back to a raft of fantastic causes

5 more of our favourite social enterprises

Good food doesn't mean much if you don't give a fork about where it comes from or who makes it. Lucky, then, that these cafés and restaurants are more than simply somewhere to grab a bite to eat, they're also social enterprises

Meaningful eats: London's charitable food scene

These London social enterprises combine food and philanthropy. We explore the pop-ups, cafés and restaurants that are about much more than filling your stomach

Danny McCubbin on working with Jamie Oliver and the rise of social gastronomy

How easy is it to juggle corporate life with community-led projects? We find out from Jamie Oliver's culture manager, Young British Foodie judge and San Patrignano ambassador, Danny McCubbin

The Foodism 100: Best Food Market 2018

The Best Food Market category, sponsored by Pic's Peanut Butter, shouts about the street food and farmers' markets doing good things in food

Café from Crisis: Foodism 100 winner 2018

Meet Cafe from Crisis, the social enterprise cafe in Shoreditch that's spent the last 15 years working to end homelessness. It won the Best Café award, sponsored by Yeo Valley, at the Foodism 100 awards

Meet the food and drink charities giving back at Christmas time

We uncover the people behind the social enterprises and food-led campaigns that support those in need at Christmas, and find out how you can help, too

London's most sustainable bars

It’s not just restaurants getting on board the ethical train – these bars are at it too. From root-infused tinctures to social enterprises, here’s where to get your mitts on a sustainable serve. Cheers to that