Walking the Supply Chain

  • Climate Emergency
  • Consumer trends
  • Place & Society

Individual diet changes alone can’t fix the global food system but what we eat and how we produce it matters.
To reduce the environmental impacts of food supply chains, government and business must take the lead in tackling the issue so that the global food system does not trash the planet.

Liverpool is a port city and a hub of global food transit. In this session, we’ll take participants on a tour of the local food system so they can see, smell, and feel, how our supply chains work. This is an opportunity for the people of the Liverpool City Region to know exactly where their food is coming from, where it’s going, and how it ends up on their plate and in doing so consider how our consumption habits are directly linked to business across the Liverpool City Region.


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