Lance Forman is the owner of the multifaceted family of Forman businesses. These include H.Forman & Son, the world's oldest smoked salmon producer, started by Lance's great grandfather in 1905; Forman & Field, a pioneer in delivering fresh seasonal British food direct to homes across the UK for over 15 years; Forman's multi award-winning restaurant opposite the Olympic stadium serving only British food and English wines; it's hospitality venue, Forman's Fish Island, which regularly hosts royalty, politicians, business leaders and celebrities in the world of sport, politics and media; and last but not least, Forman's Smokehouse Gallery, a social enterprise to help support and promote the work of the local art community. Whilst Lance Forman has run his family business for over 20 years, prior to that he was appointed as Special Adviser to the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, gaining his political nous in his university days becoming President of the famed Cambridge Union. Forman's business became notorious in the run up to the London 2012 Olympics as their smokehouse was located on what became the running track of the Olympic stadium. Lance challenged the government and indeed becamethe unofficial voice of all businesses which were being forcibly evicted. In recent months Forman's has received British Government approval to have "London Cure" Smoked Salmon for PGI Status which puts it in the same standing as Champagne Parma Ham and Stilton. Mayor of London Boris Johnson, a huge fan and supporter of Forman's describes Forman's as 'not just a smokehouse, but a salmon theme park!"