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Women in The Food Industry The Politics of Food Debate at City Hall


The Election results are out, what impact will they have on the food industry? Join an event at City Hall on the evening of 16th December on the politics of food.

Women in The Food Industry The Politics of Food Debate at City Hall

Event Details:


  • Location: City Hall The Queens Walk More London London
  • Postcode: SE1 2AA
  • Contact: Mecca Ibrahim
  • Phone: 07766083132
  • Email: mex@womeninthefoodindustry.com
  • Starts: Mon Dec 16 2019 @18:00
  • Finishes: Mon Dec 16 2019 @21:00



"It's hard not to think about the ethical, cultural and environmental aspects of the food we eat and how it is produced, regulated, controlled and distributed."
Mecca Ibrahim



The General Election has resulted in a Conservative majority and shock seat losses and gains. We now know that the UK will be leaving Europe, but how and when that will be is still anyone's guess. Whatever the drama around party politics Women In the Food Industry believe that more and more people are becoming concerned or interested in the politics of food. It’s hard not to think about the ethical, cultural and environmental aspects of the food we eat and how it is produced, regulated, controlled and distributed.

Join them at the heart of one of London’s most iconic & political buildings - City Hall -  for an insightful and thought provoking discussion.

Chaired by Mex Ibrahim – co-founder of Women in The Food Industry and introduced by Clara Widdison – Kitchen Social Programme Manager at Mayor’s Fund for London , the panel brings together the following women:

Angela Malik – Advisor and board member on the influential Mayor of London’s Food Board

Dr Anna Masing – Writer,  academic & trends forecaster, and co-founder of AMP

Ann Storr – Food Waste Fighter, workshop creator & strategist

Laura Winningham – CEO of City Harvest London, London’s first large scale, food redistribution effort to connect surplus food with those facing hunger

Nicola Matthews – UK and Ireland Marketing Manager of Tony’s Chocolonely – working toward 100% slave-free chocolate

Victoria Stewart – Freelance journalist, Founder of Hospitality Speaks & Head of Insight of Belazu

Book tickets on Eventbrite which include drinks, nibbles, networking and a goodie bag with samples from Tony's Chocolonely chocolate and Belazu.  Find out more about the Politics of Food Women In The Food Industry Debate on the website.

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