“Name an issue that gets very little political attention, even though voters interact with it every day, that’s central to the levelling up agenda and that is at the heart of both the cost of living and climate crises. The answer? Food.
The message to future prime ministers is simple. Good food will win votes – good food being shorthand for food, farming and fishing that is fairer for people, animals and the planet.”
In his latest column for The Grocer magazine, our executive director Dan Crossley says that fixing our food problems should be top of mind for our next prime minister. It can be a vote-winner.
Read Dan’s full column here.
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