Introducing Wicked Leeks

From being a straw-chewing yokel working in a muddy backwater in the 80s, when few cared about how their broccoli was grown, we now find ourselves at the centre of so many debates. The surfeit of opinions but lack of reliable information around provenance, seasonality, sustainability and the soil can be frustrating when you are in the thick of it every day – so we are putting our 30+ years’ experience into a sort of online magazine/forum for debate about sustainable food, called (not too provocatively, I hope), Wicked Leeks. Let us know what you think and any topics you’d like us to cover.

Guy Singh-Watson

This blog will stay up and running for the occasional news story about the Riverford product range, but if you’d like to stay up to date with the wider stories in sustainable food, as well as news from our farms, and Guy’s latest newsletter, please join us at www.wickedleeks.com, and sign up for weekly newsletters here (www.wickedleeks.com/#join)

5 responses to “Introducing Wicked Leeks

  1. Tessa Strickland

    Thank you, Riverford team, for this great and much-needed initiative.

  2. Dear Guy,
    It’s the age of disruption – so maybe some provocation is good, particularly on the important, nay essential subject of sustainable food. Go for it Guy et al!

    • Thanks Dee – there will certainly be lots of lively debate on Wicked leeks, hope you enjoy reading it and joining in!

  3. Thanks Dee – there will certainly be lots of lively debate on Wicked leeks, hope you enjoy reading it and joining in! Please do share so we can get more people involved in this vital conversation about a more sustainable future https://wickedleeks.riverford.co.uk/#join

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