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Westminster Insight’s The Future of the Food Industry Digital Conference will provide insights into the proposals to improve the national diet and deliver a sustainable and resilient food system that is fit for the future.
Co-Chaired by Professor Tim Lang, and Ian Wright, Co Chair of the Food and Drink Sector Council, this Digital Conference takes place as we await the Government’s Food Strategy White Paper, following the comprehensive set of recommendations from the National Food Strategy, published last year.
At this crucial time, gain insights from a senior line up of experts who are influencing the debate. Speakers include the authors and advisors of the National Food Strategy along with senior voices from farming, manufacturing, hospitality, retailers, local and central government. Hear their recommendations for an improved framework.
This conference will explore joined-up approaches to food security and supply chain resilience, environmental sustainability, tackling diet inequality and improving health outcomes. Hear recommendations for future land use and food production in the UK.
Join your colleagues from farming, manufacturing, hospitality, retailers, local and central government on our interactive digital platform to participate in this timely and important event.
- Participate in the debate around the next steps for UK food policy
- Get the latest perspectives from Anna Taylor and Dustin Benton, authors and advisors of the National Food Strategy
- Gain insights from 15+ high-profile industry and food chain experts, as we await the Government’s Food Strategy White Paper
- Explore the latest recommendations for tackling the junk food cycle and reducing diet-related inequalities
- Hear a panel of high-profile experts discuss food security and future trade
- Examine the incentives to support the transition towards sustainable land use
- Discuss the future of mandatory reporting, labelling and nudging customers into healthier products and sustainable behaviours