The Real Junk Food Project Brighton is part of the Real Junk Food Project network, created by Adam Smith. It is a national and international movement of cafes, projects and pop-ups with one core objective: To intercept food waste destined for land fill and use it to feed people who need it, on a ‘pay as you feel’ basis. In this interview we meet Adam Buckingham who runs the operation at The Real Junk Food Project in Brighton. Adam talks about a typical day at The Real Junk Food, their ‘pay as you feel’ service and winning the Brighton’s Best Bites on a Budget in 2019.
We meet Richard Pearson from VisitBrighton where he talks about his important role in promoting Brighton to visitors from the UK and around the world through digital, media, PR and print marketing. Visit Brighton is the official tourism organisation for the City of Brighton & Hove and they work in partnership with over 500 businesses across the city and into Sussex, providing them with a highly effective platform on which to promote their services and products.
There has definitely been an unprecedented growth in food photography since the explosion of online marketing and social media, and if done correctly hospitality venues can wow their potential customers with the most incredible photography. We meet Brighton’s Jo Hunt from Jo Hunt Photography who works as a professional food photographer in Brighton and beyond; Jo takes us through her personal journey along with her inspirations.
We talk to Gemma Heath from Woods Foodservice about changes in the hospitality industry, the growth of their food business and how they have adapted their offering for todays modern chef. Woods Foodservice has been established for over 40 years as the primary choice for general and specialist, ambient, chilled and frozen ingredients to top chefs across London and Brighton.
An astonishing 47% of diners would have been enticed to dine out via the draws of social media. Whether Instagram, Facebook or Twitter, do you know how to play the social media game?