What’s going on with Food?

We invite you to join the national Food Conversation at the Burgage Hall, Ledbury on Monday 10th June from 7pm.

We are running with Herefordshire Food Alliance an evening of discussion to explore what you expect from government and business when it comes to food – and how the food system can deliver more for health, nature and climate.

A lot of people claim to know what ‘people’ think.

They say “people don’t want a nanny state” or “people choose to eat junk food” and don’t want to be told what to eat. 

But has anybody ever asked you what you REALLY want from food.

Food production is subject to increasing challenges – flooding, crop failure, production costs, climate change – and issues about quality, distribution, price to consumers, nutritional value etc.

Join us with people whose role is to bring food to your table to explore issues and see how we can progress.

Place: Burgage Hall, Church Lane, Ledbury HR8 1DW

Time: Tasty local food from 7pm – Discussion/conversation from 7.30pm

Parking: Public car parks are free after 6pm – St Katherine’s and Bye Street are the nearest.

Free event – donations to Ledbury Food Bank appreciated.

The Food Conversation is run by the Food, Farming and Countryside Commission – more information can be found at https://thefoodconversation.uk/

This event takes place as part of The Ledbury Great Big Green Week.

What's going on with food?

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