All around the world, cities are developing strategies around Food & Gastronomy.
offering employment & entrepreneurship opportunities,
Improving sustainability and health of citizens,
promoting the local culture to visitors,
developing social cohesion … there are many outcomes to a well-designed local food strategy.
Created by Délice Network, the series “Cities at the Table” aims to shed light on how different cities are working on food: their priorities, their values, and their accomplishments.
Through a discussion and a shared meal between a Policy Maker, a Chef & a local food specialist, dive into the food cultures of the Délice Network cities and understand their work!
Chef Matthew Knight welcomes Councilor Paulette Hamilton & food activist Yumna Hussen in his kitchen….at Hillstone Primary School!
Together they will share a meal and discuss the key priorities for Birmingham: bringing good food into schools, promoting the diversity of food cultures, and growing a food movement, through action from local communities to international partnerships like Food Cities 2022.
Discover the Birmingham Food Revolution!