The Veg Summit - Making a Pledge for More Veg

24 October 2017 09:30 - 24 October 2017 17:30
London, Edinburgh and Cardiff

The Vegetable Summit is a pledging event, which forms part of the Peas Please intiative led by The Food Foundation, Nourish Scotland, WWF and Food Cardiff.

The common goal? To help us eat more veg by making our food system more supportive.

This event is for all food systems actors such as retailers, restauranteurs, caterers, manufacturers, growers, experts, campaigners and government to come and make commitments that will shift our food system to make it easier for everyone to eat more Veg.


Being held in The Chamber of London City Hall, this all-day event includes an incredible array of special guests who will form themed panels. Each panel will discuss the challenge to veg consumption from their sector’s perspective, and the role they will play in addressing that challenge. The day will be hosted by Sheila Dillon from Radio 4.

Sir John Hegarty and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall will also be announcing the winner of our creative ad competition and there’s more to look forward to on the day.
There are just a few remaining tickets which you can book here.

There is a small fee for this event which helps us cover the event costs. If you can’t afford this then please get in touch


The Welsh Vegetable Summit is being held at The Pierhead, Cardiff Bay. Wales’ Vegetable Trailblazers will be revealed in an interactive veg showcase:

Supported by Jenny Rathbone AM and Chaired by Catherine Brown (formally Chief Executive of FSA), the event will feature Cardiff Council, the Children’s Commissioner for Wales, children from Ninian Park Primary school, Flagship Welsh business and social enterprises, a veg masterclass and delicious veg lunch.
To book tickets to the Welsh Vegetable Summit please click here.


This all-day event will be held at Edinburgh’s Botanical Gardens and promises panel discussions on health inequalities: the big veg gap, boosting Scottish horticulture and many more. There will be an address by Aileen Campbell MSP, Scottish Minister for Public Health and Sport and an opportunity for networking at the reception at the end of the day.

For more information on what to look forward to on the day, click here.
To book your ticket to the Scottish Vegetable Summit click here.

Find out more


Leon Ballin
Sustainable Food Cities
07 917 230 121

Sustainable Food Cities is a partnership programme run by

Soil Association

Food Matters

Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
Sustainable Food Cities is funded by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

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