Further nominees include a variety of food and drink producers.
For London are: E5 bakehouse for the best food producer, Square Root London nominated for drinks producer, Crystal Palace Food Market is up for the best food market and What The Dickens! is nominated for street food.
Nominees and fans hurried to Twitter to tweet their excitement about the nominations:
The day celebrates British foods and those who grow and supply the produce, with contestants and entries from all-around the United Kingdom.
Presenter of BBC Radio 4’s The Food Programme, Sheila Dillon, reported that ‘[…] I’ve never before felt so strongly that food and farming are changing the UK.’
A number of broadcasters have gathered to highlight these awards which demonstrates the importance of urban farming in 2015.
Despite not being a tremendously farming capital, many Londoner’s have jumped on the Urban Farming bandwagon to promote the importance of eating and growing your own food.
Winners are announced on 30th April and they will feature on ‘Meet The Finalists’ on The Food Programme and we cannot wait to find out the result!