Apples and Oranges — The Need for a New EU Food Policy — Accidental European

Food plays an integral role in our everyday lives. Often, though, we find it easy to overlook how it affects millions of people worldwide as an industry. The EU has historically overlooked this too. In this article, sustainable food ecosystem leader Sara Roversi explains why food is so important, and how we can move forward to more inclusive, nuanced, and ecological food policy.

Read more at: https://accidentaleuropean.com/apples-and-oranges-the-need-for-a-new-eu-food-policy/

Originally published at https://accidentaleuropean.com on March 31, 2021.

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