Organic food restaurants are being touted as a way to bring local produce to markets that are struggling.
It’s a concept that could help make the area a more diverse, diverse and sustainable community.
It started with a small gathering in Leicester last month.
A group of people who met up at a restaurant in the town of Leicestershire to learn about the concept of organic food.
“I just wanted to meet people who are interested in organic food and I wanted to share what I had discovered,” said Joanna Brown, who came up with the idea.
As part of the project, the group gathered at an organic food restaurant called Organic Life.
While the group discussed the concept, it was decided to expand the group beyond Leicester.
The group has since visited other organic food businesses and met with representatives from local food production companies.
Joanna Brown and her group are now hoping to make their experience in the city a positive one for organic food in Leicester.
“We want to make it a real experience and that’s the key,” she said.
Organic Life has opened a second location in Leicester to give local food producers a platform to produce organic products for sale to local markets.
In the coming months, the new location is also expanding its range of organic products to include products from a number of local companies.
“There’s a lot of people coming out to visit us and we want to really make sure that we’re getting them the freshest organic products we can and make sure we’ve got the most nutritious organic products available to them,” said Brown.
More information on the new locations is available on the Organic Life website.
According to the Leicester Times, the restaurant will be open daily from 5:30am to 7:30pm and will be available for a one-off fee of £10.
The new Organic Life location is being built on the site of a former hotel, which is now a community garden.
There are currently over 1,500 people working in Leicester City, and the city’s Department of Agriculture and Fisheries said it was committed to increasing the number of organic farms in the area.
Leicester City is also home to more than 600 organic farms and more than 2,000 people have applied for organic certification through the city.