Founder

Dan Freeman

“For as long as I can remember, food’s fascinated me.

Winnie-the-Pooh’s infatuation with honey is probably to blame. His constant search for liquid gold – honey – is one of the earliest memories I have; and, subsequently, is why Hundred Acre Food is called what it is.”

Dan Freeman  The Brains | Hundred Acre Food 

Creations

Ethos

Our values & beliefs

Tastiness

If curiosity killed the cat, it was satisfaction that brought it back. Delicious food isn’t a desire. It’s a necessity. That’s why Hundred Acre Food believes every bite should be better than the last.

Curiosity

A mind that is stretched by new food experiences can never go back to its old dimensions. Hundred Acre Food believes in trying new things. You should, too.

Shareable

Team work makes the dream work. Everyone at Hundred Acre Food believes in the power of sharing; and, as a result, places strong emphasis on community. One for all and all for food.

“At the end of the day, food is something holy. It’s not simply calories. Or nutrients. No, food is much, much more than that. It’s tradition. It’s experiences. It’s our identity.
This is what Hundred Acre Food is all about.”

Dan Freeman  Chef | Philosopher | Food Lover

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