We are delighted to announce that Adam Leyland, Editor of The Grocer, is joining the panel of The Rude Health Debate. The Grocer is read right across the industry from directors of large multiples to independent retailers, as well as growers, food processors and manufacturers
Also on the panel:
Catherine Gazzoli is chief executive of Slow Food UK, the UK branch of the Slow Food movement which campaigns for ‘good, clean and fair’ food as a right for everyone.
Rufus Carter is MD of the Patchwork Food Co. Founded 27 years ago, the pate-making company is now established as one of Wales’ most successful medium-scale fine food businesses.
Camilla Barnard is a co-founder of Rude Health, the fast-growing company making a name for its tasty and healthy breakfast cereals.
Sheila Dillon, presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Food Programme, is in the Chair.
The debate starts at 6.00pm on Saturday 18 September in the Market Hall. Anyone with a stroller ticket can attend.