About

We are a full service f&b agency ready to help with any size or type of project, anywhere.

Our founder, Lani Kingston, has over a decade of experience in the food industry across

restaurants

cafes

marketing & content creation

writing and copy

wholesale and distribution

research and development

education

speciality coffee and chocolate

facility set up

hiring and management

events – and much more.

Having completed contracts across Asia, the USA, Europe and Australia she has gathered an extraordinary network of international experts and specialists.

Tapping into this network of industry professionals and consultants, Four Seasons of Food can offer support and project management on any size or type of project, anywhere.


about our founder, lani kingston, food writer, journalist, chef, consultant, media creator, copywriter, content marketer, author of how to make coffee and london coffee

Armed with a Masters in Food Studies (majoring in Sustainability and Anthropology), a Masters in Teaching, a Graduate Diploma in Food Writing, a Bachelors in Media, barista and pastry chef qualifications, I left my hometown of Melbourne, Australia to explore the global foodscape.

Since then I have completed contracts with some of the world’s leading f&b businesses – from small independents through to large multinationals. I’ve:

  • published coffee books in the USA, Finland, Sweden, China, Korea, Thailand and the UK
  • written culinary articles for print magazines and newspapers
  • set-up and managed London’s largest bean-to-bar chocolate factory
  • head up a cooking school run entirely with ‘food waste’
  • worked as one of Chef Dan Barber’s senior managers at his World 50 Best Restaurant Blue Hill at Stone Barns in New York
  • judged food and coffee for the UK’s prestigious annual Great Taste Awards
  • set up coffee and chocolate brands in Singapore
  • managed content marketing campaigns for Unilever
  • travelled and researched food production and preparation all around the world

I’ve also baked pies in English bakeries, learned about hunting reindeer from Fäviken’s gunsmith, tapped maple trees in Wisconsin, milled flour in an 1800’s windmill, cooked Peranakan cakes with Singaporean grandmothers, eaten rattlesnake, foraged for wild food at River Cottage, spent Swedish Midsummer on a potato farm, ventured deep under the streets of London to harvest herbs from disused Air Raid bunkers, developed concept dishes for Shake Shack, and much more.

I’d love to add your project to this list!


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