Daylesford Discusses: Meat and the Conscious Consumer
24th July 2017
Can eating meat ever be ethical?
Daylesford Discusses is a series of events held every other month across our London farmshops. Our Resident Nutritionist Rhaya Jordan and friend of Daylesford Josephine O’Hare will host a panel of experts to create a forum for discussion and sharing ideas.
This month we will be looking at meat and its place on our plates. With a view to help empower people to make informed choices, topics will include nutrition, animal welfare and environmental impact.
To join us for this discussion, we look forward to welcoming Louise Gray, journalist and author of The Ethical Carnivore, our Senior Farms Manager Richard Smith, Alexandra Dudley, founder of Punch Foods and Lizzie Riviera, journalist and founder of ethical fashion and eating website BIC BIM.
At Daylesford we respect, support and celebrate every way of eating – whether vegan, vegetarian, flexitarian or omnivore. Our farmshops and cafés cater for all dietary requirements. When it comes to the meat that we rear and produce at Daylesford, high welfare and organic sit centrally to our ethos. We advocate the view that if you do choose to eat meat, choose higher quality meat but less often.
We look forward to opening the floor to a calm, informative debate where every opinion will be treated with respect.
Date: Monday 24th July
Location: Daylesford Pimlico, 44B Pimlico Road, London, SW1W 8LP
Timings: 6pm – 7.30pm (the talk will start at 6.30pm)
Price: free to attend
Booking: please register for your free place below