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Plastic in the Food Chain: Can we do without it?

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Is plastic essential to reduce food waste? What about the risks it poses to human health and the environment? Are there alternatives?

Our panel drawn from academia, recycling, the plastics industry and retail will address these important issues and answer questions.

Our panel:

Dr Lili Jia (Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge)

Bryony Rothwell (RECAP)

Claire Hughes (Sainsbury’s)

Dr Michel Cassart (PlasticsEurope)

Dr Stephanie Wright, (Environmental Research Group, Imperial College)

Chair: Dr Claire Barlow (Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge)

This event is organised by Cambridge Global Food Security and Energy Transitions @Cambridge IRCs, supported by #AnnualFoodAgenda, an EIT Food project.

This talk is part of the Annual Food Agenda series.

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