This year’s Christmas debate at the Centre for Food Policy discusses what we need to do to get people cooking again. A panel of experts will explore the importance and the limitations of cooking as the answer to our decline in nutrition and the rise in obesity.
The panelists include Sustain patron Rosie Boycott (Chair of the London Food Board). She will be joined by:
The December 13 event is free and will be followed by a festive drinks reception. You can find out more information and book your ticket by following this link.
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