Founded by Dan Warne (former MD Deliveroo), Sessions is a UK startup focused on championing the next generation of talent within the food industry. Sessions gives a voice to independent food talent and enables them to accelerate their growth through their cross-channel approach, which encompasses both virtual and retail spaces. These platforms include physical food halls, high street venues and virtual host kitchens. Through their Studio, Sessions empowers chef-owners, giving them the tools and support they need to start, manage, and help grow their businesses, with guidance from some of the most experienced names in the industry. “We’re really excited to work with British Street Food Awards as we’re always on the lookout for the best up and coming brands in the UK. We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to help an emerging chef find more success.”
Online, on social media and in its glossy monthly print magazine, delicious. is on a daily mission to help its global audience of millions become better cooks. Forget fancy, finicky, cheffy dishes and crisp white tablecloths. We’re all about the kind of food that makes you declare “I want to eat that right now!” The kind you’d willingly queue up for: on trend but unpretentious and always so, so packed with flavour – and that’s why we’re delighted to support the British Street Food Awards.
Majisign is a UK-based manufacturer and retailer of wooden display products, including pavement signs, A-boards, chalkboards, menu holders, poster frames and other bespoke items. Majisign is also a large format digital printing expert and produces large signs & banners for bars, restaurants, shops and business premises. From a chat on the phone, a written idea in an email, a scribble on a piece of paper to detailed drawings and planned campaigns, we work with sole traders and global companies to produce perfect products.
From a modest start in 2010, when two restaurateurs and a pair of sustainability experts launched the not-for-profit organisation with 50 founder members, the Sustainable Restaurant Association now works across 10,000 member sites. These cover a smorgasbord of foodservice businesses, from high end to high street, from street-food staples to workplace canteens, from independent cafés to Michelin-starred restaurants.
The SRA is a community of like-minded foodservice businesses, suppliers and discerning diners working together to create a sustainable industry for people and planet. We firmly believe that by working as a collective we can improve the food on our plate which in turn will have a positive, measurable impact on the wider food system.