Meet Eat Learn with Maida Foodies @ Maida Hill Place

Meet Eat Learn

Maida Foodies is an events series which brings together people who are passionate about food to meet, eat and learn.

Are plant-focused and free-from diets the new food business opportunity for 2015?

this event has been cancelled we will let you know here when it will be rescheduled
18:30 – 22:00

Maida Hill Place
2-4 Fernhead Road, London W9 3ET

Whether you are thinking of starting a food business, already have a free-from or meat-free food business or want ideas for how your business can develop to cater for wider audiences, this event is not to be missed!

We’ve got a host of amazing line up of speakers featuring:

Jennifer Pardoe, Founder of Zest plant based food consultancy
Veronica Dick, Dietician and co-founder of Eat and Think
Meriel Armitage, Founder of Club Mexicana, vegan street food and pop-up
Jay Morjaria, Founder of Sutra Kitchen, meat-free cooking school

18:30 – arrival and opportunity to connect over drinks
19:30 – talks
21:00 – connect over drinks

Book your place
Ticket price: £10 Please contact Maida Hill Place directly 4 Fernhead Road, London W9 3ET for all enquiries.

Telephone: 020 8964 2549 Email:

More about our speakers: 

Jennifer Pardoe is the founder of Zest plant based food consultancy.  Zest offers low cost plant-based food solutions to help food businesses grow sales, increase profit and add value. Jennifer previously ran her own award winning startup and has extensive senior management experience at a leading UK food retailer.

Veronica Dick, Dietician and Co-founder of Eat and Think. As three registered dieticians, Veronica, Louise and Kelly decided to set up Eat and Think to make the high quality nutritional advice that they offer every day in one-to-one consultations, accessible for all through meal plans and nutrition passports.

Meriel Armitage is founder of Club Mexicana, a vegan supper club and street-food stall. Club Mexicana’s food is a big, bold twist on Mexican street food, demonstrating that eating vegan does not mean sacrificing flavour.

Jay Morjaria is a chef consultant, author and founder of Sutra Kitchen, central London’s first vegetarian and vegan cooking school.


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