If you’re in to your food then you simply can’t miss one of the best organic food festivals around.

Guys working on their 5 a day
Guys working on their 5 a day

Taking place at Bristol Harbourside on 12th – 13th September 2009, the purpose of this year’s festival is to bring a focus back to the local community and to introduce more people to the organic pioneers who are growing, sewing, cooking and making in a way that is truly sustainable.

The festival, which is the biggest organic event in Europe, promises to be a weekend of gastronomic proportions thanks to 250 organic exhibitors, support from the Soil Association, Yeo Valley Organic and work in collaboration with Dominic Phillips Event Marketing.

As well as seeing celebrity chefs in action, an expected 20,000 visitors will discover a world of delicious organic food and drink, gorgeous skin care, fabulous fashion, organic textiles, home design and even get some tips on organic gardening. Promising to be an entertaining family-friendly outing, this much loved festival is perfect for everyone.

Sarah Weiner, Festival Manager, said:

“The Organic Food Festival gives thousands of people the chance to meet the pioneers paving the way to a secure food system – one that is dependent on the sun rather than dwindling reserves of petroleum. The future is here – and it tastes mighty fine.”

To find out more about this year’s Organic Food Festival, visit www.theorganicfoodfestival.co.uk.

Admission is £5 of which £1 is a direct donation to the Soil Association. Free admission to Soil Association members and children under 16


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