Business Accelerator Ending Food Poverty

The Good Kitchen
(Pending editorial review)
United Kingdom (London)
The Good Kitchen is an early-stage accelerator for social businesses tackling food poverty. We provide money, business support, access to markets and mentorship for brilliant organisations who are redesigning the food system to ensure everyone, everywhere, can have access to an adequate, nutritious and sustainably sourced diet.
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Joseph Gridley (19 June 2017)


Joseph Gridley is passionate about designing, developing and delivering projects that make a difference in the lives of others. Joseph's career includes working alongside the United Nations in New York, launching a children's charity in the UK and overseeing award-winning youth unemployment programmes for the Mayor of London. In his most recent role he is the Head of the KellyDeli Foundation, a new organisation that aims to tackle hunger and malnutrition through supporting entrepreneurial ideas. Their inaugural programme - The Good Kitchen - is a social business accelerator to support new products/services to tackle food poverty and/or food insecurity.

Project leader

Joseph Gridley - Head of KellyDeli Foundation

Entocycle - changing the animal feed market forever

Mimica Touch - reimagining how we tackle food waste in the home

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