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Government urged to halt plan to outsource food safety inspection to private sector

Weakening UK food law enforcement: a risky tactic in Brexit | Food Brexit Briefing Series
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Risk of “dirty” turkey after Brexit if UK strikes a US trade deal

Will the British public accept chlorine-washed turkey for Christmas dinner, after Brexit? | Food Brexit Briefing Series
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The 2018 City Food Policy Symposium - Connecting people with food policy

The 2018 City Food Policy Symposium will explore how gathering evidence of lived experiences of food challenges - how citizens and communities experience, explain and respond to them - can inform more effective, equitable and empowering policy solutions.

Participants, including guests from government, NGOs, research, business and those in civil society will have the opportunity to discuss why evidence of experiences is important in crafting effective policy solutions to problems disproportionately affecting marginalised populations, such as food insecurity; obesity, diet-related ill health and malnutrition; food related environmental degradation; and precarious work.

Previous Events

Food Thinkers Seminars - View our previous seminars from thought leaders in food policy

Food Bites - Short insights from thought leaders in food policy on the main issues facing the food system and how academics and civil society can tackle those issues
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