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Aine Morris is Managing Director of the Bristol Food Union, a new social enterprise born out of the Covid-19 crisis when a group of the city’s independent restaurants and food businesses came together to help keep Bristol fed.
Aine also heads up brand partnerships and food programming for Yeo Valley’s annual music and food festival, Valley Fest. Prior to the crisis, Aine was Chief Executive of the Abergavenny Food Festival, and was previously Director of Communications at the Sustainable Food Trust.
With an undergraduate degree from Slow Food’s University of Gastronomic Sciences, Aine is passionate about how to build an inclusive, participatory UK food system that’s resilient enough to withstand the future impacts of the climate crisis.