Posts by Jamie Summerfield

#BrumElliott session 3 – Birmingham, the eyes and ears for the UK?

Elliott Review

What resources are needed to make change happen? What changes in the way we work together would need to take place?

Education – first, an acceptance has to be made that there is a problem. The food industry needs to link issues of food crime with the health and wellbeing agenda. Education in schools is key. Jamie Oliver tried to fix school meals and met huge blocks to making progress. Progress has been made, but it has been a huge effort.

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Session 2 – What does the ideal scenario look like?

Session 2

Session 1 identified possible gaps and weaknesses in the food supply network. Table 3 of local businesses has been asked to imagine it’s April 2017 and there is zero food crime on their patch

Questions considered…

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Session 1: ‘It all comes down to price for consumers’ – a discussion with local businesses

Session 1

Live blog notes from session 1 at The Elliott Review in Birmingham. Here on Table 3 for the first session – What’s happening now in Birmingham? – are a number of people from local businesses in Birmingham.

Questions discussed:

What is happening now in your part of the food supply network that might be or is linked to food crime?

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