Professor Chris Elliott expresses concern over the decisions being made under the Truss ministry and the potential ripple effects it will have on our food system and environment for years to come.
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Weaknesses triggered by zoonotic disease and mycotoxins will be intensified due to the impacts of climate change, a move to plant-based and circular economies. Here, four experts explore the upcoming issues to be aware of and how we might forge a safe path forwards.
Professor Chris Elliott offers his two-cents on the recent news that trust in food among UK consumers is falling and whether this is media-fuelled nonsense or a cause for real concern.
Professor Chris Elliott examines the dire need for a single system backed by science in which front-of-pack labelling can detail the sustainability credentials of a product honestly, consistently and properly.
Following the reveal of the Government Food Strategy, Professor Chris Elliott explains why the whitepaper is such a disappointment to the UK food and agricultural sectors – and actually for all of us.
Professor Chris Elliott covers five areas in which the UK food system has been heavily impacted by the Ukrainian-Russian conflict and Brexit.
Professor Chris Elliott outlines how price increases are serving fraudulent activity and the ways in which food fraud is beginning to manifest in the UK using rice as a key example.
Professor Chris Elliott offers his thoughts on the rewild scheme, which will see £800 million go to landowners to plant trees and restore wetlands, but there are fears that this will cause serious food security issues and even put small farms out of business.