Knowledge for better food systems

FCRN Blogs

The FCRN is all about the conversations and about transmitting knowledge and ideas in ways that people understand and that encourage further exploration and debate. We have created this space to encourage more personal stories with a focus on new ideas, debates and collaborations. The blog-posts are written by people who wish to share something related to new research, reflections from conferences and events or just to highlight thoughts on new ideas and emerging topics of concern. We encourage all of you to contribute. Don't hesitate to get in touch to pitch a topic.

Interview with Angie Clonan and Claire May from the Food and Sustainability Research Forum.

Where are you based and what is your role?

Angie: I'm based in the department of Nutritional Sciences at the University of Nottingham's...

An interview with Climate Friendly Food, a small Community Interest Company based in the beautiful countryside of Devon, the Scilly Isles and Lancashire.

Innovators

We're creating what we believe to be the UK...
An Interview with Richard Heathcote, Sustainable Development Manager at Heineken UK - makers of Bulmers cider

About the project

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About the project

Last Minute Market - A 360° Action Against Waste is a project where shops and producers who have unsold food which...
An interview with Professor Andrew Fearne, University of Kent

About our research

The Centre for Value Chain Research is an applied research centre based at Kent Business School, University...
FCRN interviews David Farrell

About Colors

Colors is primarily a fruit business, spanning the whole value-chain, from growing fruit on our farms, through to packing, shipping and marketing of our products. We market around 16 millions cartons of a wide variety of fruits...

 An interview with Fife Diet, Scotland.

Fife Diet is a network of people in the Fife area of Scotland focused on re-localising their food system in response to climate...

An interview with Dr. Cecil S. Camilleri, Manager of the Sustainable Wines Programmes

About Yalumba

The Yalumba Wine Company is Australia’s...
 A rapidly growing global population and the associated industrial development have long been cited in the literature as Malthusian threats to...
An interview with John Forster

About John Forster

Aquaculture consultant, ...

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