Listen to citizens – including those involved in the national conversation on food that the Food, Farming & Countryside Commission is spearheading. Bring fresh faces round the summit table, not just the bosses of the traditional food and farming trade associations. We need different voices pushing for diversity on our plates, biodiversity on and off farm, and diversity in our workforce. If anything is decided at the food summit, do it with people, rather than doing it to people.

In his latest column for The Grocer magazine, our executive director Dan Crossley argues that Sunak’s upcoming food summit should include diverse voices and take an ‘in the round’ approach to food security.

Read Dan’s full column here.

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