FareShare wins Best Social Enterprise Award

26th January 2018

Foodism100 award category

We are excited to announce FareShare has won Best Social Enterprise Award at an exclusive event at Borough Market’s Market Hall on 25 January – Foodism 100..

The Foodism 100, in association with Southern Comfort, represent the cream of the crop in London’s sustainable and ethical food and drink scene.

Foodism 100 highlighted the 100 venues and businesses they felt are making the biggest contribution to effect positive change in London food and drink today. Just 10 best businesses built around driving social change for the better were shortlisted for The Best Social Enterprise Award, sponsored by Seafood from Norway.

Congratulations to all other businesses shortlisted in the category: Chilli con Carner, Old Spike Roastery, Made in Hackney, Magic Breakfast, Migrateful, Refettorio Felix, StreetSmart, Social Pantry and The Belazu Foundation.

Thank you to Foodism for nominating FareShare and Seafood from Norway for sponsoring the award.

The night included fantastic food and cocktails, jazz music and even a photo booth.

We’re proud to join in celebrating positive change in London’s food & drink industry.

Best Social Enterprise Award for FareShare




“We’re proud to join in celebrating positive change in London’s food & drink industry.”

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