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MetMUnch are a manchester metropolitan university student enterprise network with a passion for sustainable and nutritious food.

We do training, community pop-ups and imaginative science projects.

We don’t do ordinary!


“MetMUnch has given me the opportunity to continue learning outside of university lectures and put the knowledge that I was learning to good use. It has given me confidence to engage with the public, promoting how to lead a healthy lifestyle with a focus on sustainability throughout, both of which will be required when I graduate and begin to work in the field of nutrition.

Interacting with the public has been a fun and rewarding task; we have worked with individuals from all different ages, such as young school children at a spelling bee final, where we indicated the importance of healthy eating to their education, college students where we emphasised the impact that Fairtrade produce makes on global sustainability, and families at a Manchester festival, where we delivered wholesome meals and discussed how to eat and live healthily on a budget.

These events have all given me valuable experiences that I will be able to use in my future career, and they have all been enjoyable events that I feel have helped me settle into university life well.”

Hannan Amin, Manchester Met Student

“MetMUnch is a great platform that has seen us work with the community through nutrition events, engage with the science industry making fermented foods at the Museum of Science & Industry, and getting out and about working with other universities such as at UCLan’s Green Week – talking to students and staff about how to eat sustainably while cooking for them in their SU!

It also helps students apply their passions. I came to MetMUnch with a pitch and pretty soon I was demonstrating the principles of why our food behaves the way it does in my own lab/restaurant experience. Great for learning how to run an event, apply our academic knowledge and improve presentation skills.

I can never wait to hear what the next brilliant and boundary pushing event we will be getting involved with is!”

Edward Mihr, Manchester Met Student