Food policy in an age of doubt

The Centre for Food Policy’s next Food Thinkers event discusses consumer trust in food system.

In an era of frequent food scare scandals consumer trust in food and food systems is crucial for health and wellbeing of individuals and communities. Breaches of consumer food trust can be damaging to the credibility of food regulators, impacting also on the productivity of food producers, manufacturers and retailers.

The Centre for Food Policy (who are a member of Sustain) are inviting Professor John Coveney from Flinders University to discuss his work with the Australian Research Council which compares the ways that food trust is damaged.

The event is on Wednesday 21 March at 5.30pm at University Building, City, University of London. The seminar is free to attend, register here to secure your space.

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