Ravenous: Why Our Appetite is Killing us and the Planet ‐ Guernsey Literary Festival
11am - 12pm
11am - 12pm
Henry Dimbleby is co-founder of the Leon restaurant chain and author of the National Food Strategy. 28% of British people are obese compared with 1% in 1950. People haven’t changed – the food system has. It’s one of the most successful, most innovative and most destructive industries on Earth. It sustains us, but it is also killing us.
Join Henry in conversation with co-author Jemima Lewis to discover not just why the food system is leading us into disaster, but what can be done about it.
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