Global food security debated at major UK Agrifood conference

Leading researchers and industry experts and representatives from across the agrifood sector will debate some of the most pressing challenges facing the future of global food security at a major conference in Liverpool next week.

Tackling the complex challenges facing the food system will take centre stage at this year’s N8 AgriFood International Conference 2018: ‘People, Health and Food Systems, challenges and solutions for 2030, hosted by the Universities of Liverpool and York 13-14 June, and set to attract some of the brightest minds in the sector to exchange knowledge and seek solutions.  

More than 80 speakers are taking part at the showpiece two-day event at Liverpool’s Hilton Hotel, 13-14th June 2018, where attendees representing academia and industry will come together to address the key issues facing the food system.

Participating organisations include: The Real Junk Food Project, Farm Urban, DEFRA, The Trussell Group, Mathys-Squire, Pepsico, Waitrose, Co-op, William Jackson Food Group, Samworth Brothers, WRAP, Mondelez, Nestle, First Love Foundations, Can Cook Kitchen, the Environmental Change Institute, The Food Domain, the Food Standards Agency, SIME-Darby PLC, Decarbonize Ltd, Living Loud, IFSTAL, Innovate UK and the British Geological Society.

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