At London’s Maltby Street, Food Artisans Band Together

Written by Katie Parla on May 7, 2011

A strip of railway arches that cut through Bermondsey in southeast London have become the home of a growing number of food artisans. During the week, the arcades are home to roasting, brewing, baking and aging facilities, while on Saturday mornings they open for retail sales. The collaborative marketplace, dubbed Maltby Street for one of the streets it occupies, is London’s most important epicenter for artisan food and beverage production. You can read the full story on The Atlantic here.

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