Sustainable Food | Tues 19 March

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Sustainable food systems meet current demand for food with production methods and supply chains which are carefully managed in order to also meet the demand and values of future generations.

The aim of sustainable food is to provide for the wellbeing of all, with respect for livelihoods, health, the economy, the environment and animal welfare.

Join this discussion on what Sustainable Food means in the Irish context and how to incorporate the ethos of sustainability into everyday decisions.

These talks are free with 50 places on a first come basis. The talks will be held in Good Day Deli Garden Cafe, Cork City. Please access by coming to the Evergreen Street entrance of Nano Nagle Place from 6.30pm where you will be guided to the cafe.

Coffee + cake will be available for purchase between 6.30pm and 7pm before the talks begin. Parking is available in and around Evergreen Street - there is no on site parking available for these talks.

See you there!