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As COP26 kicks off, Prof Chris Elliott discusses the future of food and why he believes the answer does not lie in plant- or cell-based foods.
Professor Chris Elliott raises alarming concerns with some scientific literature and asks New Food’s readers – can we always believe what we read in a journal?
Professor Chris Elliott has some grim predictions for the UK’s food supply this coming winter and calls on the UK Government to do more to protect the nation from empty shelves and price hikes.
Professor Chris Elliott looks at the current and future issues the food sector faces and criticises the UK government’s intervention – or lack of – in helping us overcome these obstacles.
Professor Chris Elliott offers his overview of what Dimbleby’s National Food Strategy means for us all and why the food and drink sector mustn’t wait for government’s decision to act.
Professor Chris Elliott urges government to give the NFCU more authority when it comes to investigating cases of food crime and argues that the unit could have prevented the Russell Hume case from collapsing.
This week, Chris Elliott looks at the pending trade deal with Australia and warns that the UK’s farming sector might well be the sacrificial lamb, as he fears promises will be broken.