Fat at five: the new norm?
The 19th January 2016 Business Forum explored the drivers behind the rise in obesity; debated different interventions that business might take; and considered what should be in the Government’s forthcoming child obesity strategy.
The 24th November 2015 Business Forum explored how investors can help us drive fair, sustainable and humane food systems.
Data to the rescue?
The 29 September 2015 Business Forum meeting explored the potential and the challenges around big and open data in food and farming.
Food and farming for development - helping end hunger?
The July 7th Business Forum discussed how British food and farming businesses can contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals.
The changing face of food retail
To mark our 50th Business Forum meeting, we discussed the changing face of food retail past, present and future with Justin King, former CEO of Sainsbury's.
Food: All things considered
To celebrate the 50th Business Forum, the Food Ethics Council published a report highlighting the inequalities inherent in global food systems, and assesses the constraints, enablers and transformations needed to move towards global food systems that are fair and healthy.
Food choices, ethics and advertising
The March 2015 Business Forum assessed whether the advertising industry can have a positive role in transitioning towards a sustainable food system.
A steak in the future
Even if we can grow cultured meat, should we? The report of the Business Forum on Tuesday 27th January 2015.
Should we worry about eating our fair share of meat? The report of the Business Forum on Tuesday 18th November 2014.
Learning from the Groceries Code Adjudicator experience
October 2014's Business Forum explored some of the issues relating to corporate power in the food system. with keynote speakers Christine Tacon (Chair of the GCA) and Tim Lang (Professor of food policy at City University, London).