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Food values and ethics
Our Food Values project ran from October 2014 to June 2015 in collaboration with the Aberystwyth University geography department and the Public Interest Research Centre and the aim was to ask:
• How can values inform food education and communications?
• What are the implications of a values approach for the wider food system?
• How does the Welsh Government's existing food policy engage with and reflect values?
We ran five food events, interviewed government staff and others, and held a final conference. Full details of the project are here: foodvaluesblog.wordpress.com and documents are available below.
Food Values report
Case studies of community food events at Aberystwyth University, Newtown, Cardiff and Penrhyndeudraeth, and of an organic sector event in Aberystwyth
Communicating organic food values: a guide for producers
Using behaviour change and values to promote organic food
We also worked with the Food Ethics Council to produce this guide: Ethics: a toolkit for food businesses
Affordable food and human rights: Report of a seminar held at Aberystwyth University on 29 April 2015 by David Frost and Naomi Salmon
Organic Centre Wales, IBERS, Gogerddan Campus
Aberystwyth University, Ceredigion, SY23 3EB
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