Discover Your New Workspace at the Food Exchange, London.

Written by Megan Morrison
October 07, 2020

Home to London's most exciting Food Entrepreneurs.

The Food Exchange is a business enterprise centre in the heart of New Covent Garden Market, Nine Elms, Battersea.

London's iconic fruit, vegetable and flower market.

The Food Exchange has 28 private, spacious studios; expansive break out areas, complimentary meeting rooms, office kitchens and communal outdoor terraces, all under one roof! 

Arrange a viewing of your new workspace here or call or call 020 7720 2211

Spacious, light filled studios, to fit-out and brand.
Complimentary, bookable meeting rooms.
Breakout areas with complimentary coffee bars and office kitchens.

The Food Exchange provides the amenity to host clients and network within a community of like-minded people from across the food and drink industry.

Products being unveiled at the Food Exchange.

In spring 2021, Mission Kitchen launches. 

An 18,000 sq ft co-working kitchen space on the first floor of the Food Exchange.  

Indicative illustration of Mission Kitchen.

Mission Kitchen provides affordable commercial grade cooking facilities, workspace, events space, test and demonstration kitchens.

Also, access to education and business support opportunities.  

To register interest in Mission Kitchen, click here.   

Illustration of the Food Exchange, New Covent Garden Market.

For any queries about the Food Exchange or New Covent Garden Market, email hello@cgma.co.uk or call 020 7720 2211.

Seek permission to use imagery from hello@cgma.co.uk, or illustrations from Mission Kitchen.

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