Tag - food fraud
From within the rehearsal process: getting stuck in
By Sam Frankie Fox
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Who’s who in the team? continued…
How are we getting the science right?
by Kate Cooper
Continue reading “The #StopFoodCrime THTF team – part two – Scientists”
At the End of the Day
by Xhosa Cole
Before having met Kate Cooper I’d never really thought about the food that I’d used to put into my body. Of course I’d always been lectured about 5-a-day, 2 litres of water a day and that stuff but as far a I was concerned I was a invincible teenaged boy without a care in the world- as long as my stomach wasn’t rumbling I was happy!
Continue reading “Xhosa Cole – The Hand That Feeds – At the End of the Day.”
The Hand That Feeds
by Graeme Rose
It was while planning the first of the New Optimists’ Narrativium performances, ‘Food Futures’, in the summer of 2014, that Kate Cooper started talking about what she called her “Mad Opera” – inspired by the Horsemeat Scandal which had precipitated a media and ministerial storm back in 2013.
Continue reading “Graeme Rose – The Hand That Feeds – Wake Up Call”
IF MUSIC BE THE FOOD…
It was back in spring, 2015, when Kate Cooper asked if I’d like to be involved in a “mad food crime opera”. The challenge, she said, was to turn facts about food crime into an entertaining and accessible story. I was dubious, I mean what was food crime? But Kate’s passion about raising awareness about food adulteration and food fraud was infectious, and I was hooked.
Continue reading “Mez Packer – The Hand That Feeds – IF MUSIC BE THE FOOD”
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.
Continue reading “#BrumElliott session 3 – Birmingham, the eyes and ears for the UK?”