In this second installment of the James Beard Foundation Food Summit 2017: Consuming Power, listen as author Mark Schatzker moderates a discussion on taste and industry titled Leading with Taste with chef and author Dan Barber (The Third Plate) and Mary Wagner of MK Wagner & Associates. Then journalist Tamar Haspel moderates a panel titled Money Where Your Mouth Is: Companies Adjusting to Changing Consumer Beliefs, Behaviors, and Tastes, with speakers Josh Anthony (Campbell’s and Global Nutrition), Alexia Howard (AB Berstein), Mehmood Khan (PepsiCo’s Global R&D), and Jason Lepes (Fresh Direct). Hear them discuss the ethics and psychological complexities of modern food consumption, the intersections of purchasing power and bodily health, and how what we buy impacts the current state of the planet and our Earth’s farmers.
Finally, Kris Moon moderates Levers for Change: Grass Roots Advocacy and Action as he chats with the co-directors of the Food Chain Workers Alliance Joann Lo and Jose Oliva, where they examine how the current political climate in regards to immigration policy will heavily impact our food supply and labor pathways, followed by a speech on the power of litigating for change by Kim Richman (Richman Law Group).
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