The Team



William Hudson

William currently runs three businesses involved with agronomy and farm business advice, agricultural machinery sales and food.  He is a member of the Abacus consultancy management group and also the Senior Director of East Anglia Food Link, an NGO concerned with the future of food and farming and he sits on the London Food Board. In his work with East Anglia Food Link William has been instrumental in delivering the Norwich Food Project funded by Big Lottery Food Fund.
William has a great interest in the future of agriculture and food production in the context of sustainability, working to make the connections best milf porn for free between being economically viable, environmentally sustainable and ethically equable. Recently he has been involved with food marketing projects to bring more indigenous and healthy food to the UK table.



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Bill Starling

 Time spent selling argochemicals in the late 1970s made Bill realise the effects that weren’t menti young teenage fuck source oned on the label. This lead to involvement with the organic movement, running a part time farm, establishing the first specialist organic grain trading operation, working as an inspector of organic farming and food processing and serving for many years as a trustee of the Soil Association. Now retired, Bill finds that the things that drove him for over thirty years are still very important, but he’d rather help others to do the more active stuff.



Susan Hudson

Susan has worked in agriculture for most of her working life, starting her career in marketing for Babcock International exporting day-old chicks and latterly as a business partner within the family farm. She has experience in horticultural crops, with particular skills around managing people and also financial control and management.
Recently she has worked with schools, firstly with one East Anglia Food Link project sourcing local produce for school meals, also with the Essex School Meals Support Group and Food For Life Partnership. In recent years Susan has started her own business, Bread Workshops, running courses teaching people how to make bread.

Susan is Company Secretary and Board Member of East Anglia Food Link.