Meet the Makers

Meet the Makers: Cobble Lane Cured

Jules BreatnachJan 25, '21

On a back road - presumably once a cobbled lane - just off Islington's bustling Upper Street you'll find a converted garage that is full of an awful lot of drying sausages. Three traditionally-trained butchers, Matt Atkinson, Matt Hill and Adam Brudnowski met while working together at Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa Butchers shop, and in 2013 they decided...

Meet the Makers: Wildes Cheese

Jules BreatnachDec 11, '20

If you take a drive to Tottenham, follow the suburban streets to a small industrial estate and then pull in on the right, you'll find Wildes Cheese - an award-winning artisan cheese-making company run by Philip Wilton and his small, dedicated team. Philip and his partner Keith Sides started Wildes (a portmanteau of their...

Meet the Makers: Husk & Honey

Jules BreatnachNov 23, '20

Husk and Honey was born in a kitchen in Stoke Newington, after Hedié Howells came back from a trip to South America obsessed with granola. In meat-loving Brazil she had found it hard to get good vegetarian food, so ended up eating granola-topped acai bowls for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And so her passion for the...

Farmers and Producers Doing It the Organic Way

Jules BreatnachNov 21, '20

When we decided to set up Fridge of Plenty, two things were at the front of our minds: sustainability and delicious food. We wanted to see if we could create a grocery shop that offers the full range of products, all sourced locally and produced sustainably, without too many compromises.  We are proud to...