The Future of Meat - Hay Festival

The Future of Meat - Hay Festival


By Abby Allen
17, May 2018

Join us as we take the stage at world-renowned Hay Festival to discuss and debate the future of meat.

Global meat consumption is on an unhealthy trajectory. Short of cutting meat out of our diet entirely, from mega-farms to self-sufficiency, chicken sheds to free-range and organic we discuss the options available and their pros and cons.

The BBC Food Programme presenter Dan Saladino talks with Louise Gray, author of The Ethical Carnivore, Joanna Blythman from the Sustainable Food Trust and author of Swallow This and our very own Peter Greig.

WHAT’S THE BEEF WITH MEAT?

Dan Saladino, Louise Gray, Joanna Blythman, Peter Greig
Thursday 24 May 2018, 2.30pm Venue: Llwyfan Cymru – Wales Stage
Tickets: £6.00
To book your tickets to this year's Hay Festival click here
Pipers Farm at Hay Festival

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