Todelli, the UK’s leading planet-friendly marketplace, is excited to unveil its Ethical Pop-Up Deli in Notting Hill this summer. From July 7th to 17th, located at the intersection of Kensington Park Road and Elgin Crescent, this pop-up store will captivate visitors with its vibrant showcase of food diversity and sustainability. Featuring a curated selection of over 300 sustainable brands available on Todelli’s online market store, the Ethical Pop-Up Deli is set to be a must-visit destination for conscious consumers.
The Ethical Pop-Up Deli aims to take Londoners on an extraordinary culinary journey, challenging the notion that “Food is Not Black and White.” Moving away from rigid categorisations and judgmental attitudes towards different eating styles, this campaign embraces diverse dietary needs and preferences, encouraging individuals to embrace their unique culinary paths.
“At Todelli, we strongly believe that mindful eating, diversity, and open dialogue are interconnected. It’s about being conscious and making deliberate choices at every stage of the food journey. By shedding light on aspects such as provenance, labour practices, and sustainable packaging, we aim to redefine our relationship with food and how we experience it. This is the essence of ‘Food is Not Black and White’,” explained Hara Mihailidou, the founder of Todelli.
Visitors to the Ethical Pop-Up Deli can look forward to a series of engaging events, including chef cooking demos, exclusive cookbook announcements, and tantalising tastings and workshops. Located in the heart of London, this immersive experience will introduce attendees to the most innovative, ethical, and sustainable food and drink brands that are making a positive impact today. The full lineup of events can be explored on Todelli’s website.
Additionally, the pop-up store will feature daily complimentary tasting sessions, showcasing a different selection of food and drink makers each day. Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with the passionate individuals behind the products, learn about their inspiring stories, and discover new favorites that align with their values.
Become part of the movement by following the ‘Food is Not Black and White‘ campaign and contribute to raising awareness of this crucial message. Share your experiences, insights, and recipes on social media using the hashtag #FoodIsNotBlackAndWhite.
Together, we can shape a more inclusive, sustainable, and flavorful future. Join us at the Ethical Pop-Up Deli to celebrate the diversity, freedom, and joy of food. Let’s embrace culinary exploration, challenge stereotypes, and cultivate a mindful relationship with what we eat.