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Business Forum

As part of our offering to businesses, our Business Forum provides an opportunity to learn about ethical questions around climate change, obesity and other core concerns for the food industry. Remaining topics for 2017 include:

- Policy solutions fit for a post-Brexit world? How can we develop policy solutions around eating well that are fair for all?

- Trust, technology and beyond certification. How can we ensure values travel across the food chain?

- Food, farming and climate change: From culprit to champion?
How can we shift to radically decarbonised, climate-resilient food & farming?

Held bi-monthly at a top London restaurant, it is chaired by Food Ethics Council members, including Helen Browning OBE and David Croft, Global Sustainable Development Director, Diageo.

The guest speakers, who are leaders in their field, offer senior executives a unique opportunity to gain expert insights and improve their performance in addressing the big issues of the day.

Membership is by invitation and places are limited. A subscription fee covers the cost of organising the seminars. The terms and conditions of membership have been designed to enable the Food Ethics Council to organise these educational events for business executives while preserving the Council's independence.

For further information, please contact Dan Crossley.


Members* of the Business Forum include:

2 Sisters Food Group
Associated British Foods
AIC Services
Coca Cola European Partners
Co-operative Food
Danish Crown UK Ltd 
Eastbrook Farm
Eden Project
FDF (Food and Drink Federation)
National Trust
Prestige Purchasing
William Jackson Food Group
Woodside Training


*Business Forum membership does not imply endorsement of individual organisations by the Food Ethics Council. Business Forum Members are not members of our Council, which is the body responsible for governing the organisation.

Statements from the Food Ethics Council will not be represented as the opinions of Business Forum Members.