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Inquiry status: Inquiry concluded, Report and Government Response published
The Environmental Audit Committee, chaired by Joan Walley MP, has launched a wide ranging inquiry into the environmental and social consequences of the way the food we eat in the UK is produced, distributed, marketed and sold.
The Committee wishes to examine how Government policy can be used to promote more sustainable practices in the UK food industry and more sustainable behaviours from the public. As part of this, the Committee will examine the Coalition Government’s proposals to develop new food policies.
Environmental Audit Committee publishes Government Response to it's eleventh report of session 2010-12
Enviromental Audit Committee announces forthcoming publication of the Sustainable Food: Government Response to the Committee's Eleventh Report of Session 2010-12
The Environmental Audit Committee will take evidence from Professor Philip Lowe OBE, Director, Rural Economy and Land Use (Relu) Programme; Professor Tim Lang, Professor of Food Policy, City University London; and Mark Driscoll, WWF-UK.
The Environmental Audit Committee is launching a wide ranging inquiry into the environmental and social consequences of the way the food we eat in the UK is produced, distributed, marketed and sold