Can Shorter Food Chains Help?

Martin Collison, from our partner organisation Collison Associates, will have a dedicated talk at the Aldeburgh Food Festival Conference, An Appetite for Change - Eating Wisely Well

The conference will concentrate on the impact of diet on health. Every day, scientists and food experts – including the key figures at this conference – add weight to the case that we need to change what and how we eat. 

Speakers will share the latest findings in consumer and medical research to provide a clear picture of the current situation, followed by a dedicated session to highlight how regional and short food chains can offer health advantages and influence changes.Speakers will be assisted by panellists, drawn from local entrepreneurial food and farming businesses.

The event will provide an opportunity to highlight the work and objectives of the SKIN project to a wide range of organisations and individuals, including NGOs, local authorities, teachers, students and concerned individuals.

Register at the following LINK.


Short supply chain knowledge and innovation network

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement N.728055