Gaven Fuller, Head of Menu Development, Daylesford Organic

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Gaven Fuller is the Head of Menu Development at Michelin Green Starred Daylesford Organic

Gaven Fuller is the brilliant mind and passionate Head of Menu Development behind the renowned Daylesford Organic. With an unwavering commitment to organic and sustainable principles, Gaven Fuller has made a significant mark in the culinary world, bringing wholesome and ethically sourced food to the forefront.

Daylesford Organic, a quintessential farm located in the heart of the Cotswolds, England, is where Gaven embraced his farm-to-table philosophy. The first Daylesford café opened in Gloucester in 2022. Today there are five farmshops with café’s in Gloucester, Pimlico Road, Notting Hill, South Kensington and Marylebone.

Daylesford Organic Farm is not only a sanctuary for ethical agriculture but also a showcase of its bountiful harvest. Their farm shops, located in London offer an inviting and charming space where visitors can indulge in an array of artisanal produce, freshly picked from the fields. From vibrant fruits and vegetables to premium meats and dairy, each product reflects the farm's dedication to quality and sustainability.

Gaven said "For 40 years we have promoted sustainable farming; growing produce and raising animals on our organic farm with the greatest consideration for the environment and animal welfare. Our mantra is to reduce, reuse, repair, recycle, rehome and rot."

The Trough Restaurant has become a beacon of organic excellence under Gaven's leadership. His culinary creations are a testament to the beauty of simplicity, using the freshest ingredients to allow natural flavours to take center stage. The dishes are both vibrant and nourishing, reflecting the farm's commitment to wholesome and healthful dining.

As a culinary visionary, Gaven Fuller continues to inspire others to embrace organic and sustainable practices in their own kitchens. His culinary prowess at the Daylesford Organic serves as a testament to the belief that delicious dining experiences can be responsibly sourced, demonstrating the immense impact that mindful cooking can have on both our palates and the planet.

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Editor 21st July 2023

Gaven Fuller, Head of Menu Development, Daylesford Organic