Feeding Berlin #2: Challenging the Industrial Food System



The food industry has brought us an abundance of food, from cheap strawberries and tomatoes on shelf all year round to innovative highly processed food that have become a major part of our diets. To the point that we have sometime lost the sense of season, of the origin of our food, of its connection to a field and a farmer. Local, seasonal, non-processed food is shown as more sustainable than the current industrial alternative. But is this the only option? How are new technologies and new economic models challenging the food industry? How can we reconnect with our food?

Interested in how our food system is changing? Come and join the discussion in our next food event Feeding Berlin!

19:00 Doors open
19:30 Introduction
19:40 Anna Beros from Neukölln Food CoOp
20:00 Olga Graf from Food Kompanions
20:20 Quickpitches / News you can use
20:40 Networking

All details at https://greenbuzzberlin.de/event/Feeding-Berlin-Challenging-the-industrial-food-system/

There will be a quickpitch session after the presentations which gives you the opportunity to present your project/organisation/company/idea/news in 1 minute.

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