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Tom Hunt

Tom Hunt is an award-winning chef, food writer, food waste campaigner, author of The Natural Cook and ambassador for the Soil Association. Tom prioritises people and the environment within his work and believes in a fair global food system where our actions benefit community, biodiversity and wildlife.

Tom Hunt is an eco-chef and food-sustainability writer, who is often noted for his zero waste, climate-friendly cuisine: a result of his planetary health diet and sustainability philosophy called ‘Root to Fruit Eating’.

Hunt prioritises people and the environment within his work and believes in a fair global food system where our actions benefit the environment.

Hunt communicates his work as a Guardian columnist, cookbook author and sustainable food expert and his restaurant Poco in Bristol – awarded the most sustainable restaurant in the U.K. in both 2016 and 2018 – and works as a consultant.  

He is known for creating simple, vibrant dishes made from ingredients chosen for their quality and ethics. World-inspired, Tom’s food is proudly seasonal with a strong focus on British produce.

Photograph by Neil White