In Conversation With Anthony Warner - The Angry Chef and Author of 'Ending Hunger

We're delighted to share with you, the 10th episode in the 'TFP in conversation with' series, which features people, businesses, brands and entrepreneurs from across the food & drink world - finding out more about why they do what they do, their purpose, how they see the future and how, in their way, they are championing change and shifting the future of food & drink.

In this episode, Charles speaks to Anthony Warner aka the 'The Angry Chef' about his new book - 'Ending Hunger - The Quest to Feed the World Without Destroying it'. Anthony talks about what's wrong with global food systems, how the food landscape could look by 2050, hunger in the context of sustainable food systems and how he's not advocating global veganism. In addition, Anthony shares his views on 'lab grown meat', insect consumption, regenerative agriculture, locally grown plant protein, sustainability labelling, the application of GMO's and how applying scientific rigor to historical planting and crop rotating system is key for the future of sustainable food systems.

To find out more about Anthony's book, 'Ending Hunger - The Quest to Feed the World Without Destroying it' click here!

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Look out for our next 'thefoodpeople in conversation with' where we'll be speaking to Alysha Darcy, Founder of two fantastic hospitality concepts in Melbourne – Melbourne Public and Citizen. Alysha will be talking about the recently founded Melbourne Public Group, an enterprise that with the 'health of hospitality' very much at its heart that is uniting the industry in the wake of COVID-19 to shift the whole industry into a new 'healthier' era of business.

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