Dr Filippo Oncini: Secure Food Future

"So what would a food secure future look like? I think it's a future where no-one needs to rely on food banks or soup kitchens because they lack the economic resources to make ends meet"

Dr Filippo Oncini is a sociologist and currently Marie Curie Fellow at the University of Manchester where he is studying the relationship between food poverty and food aid usage in Greater Manchester. His research interests lie in the fields of consumption, health, and cultural stratification, with attention to social inequalities and food consumption. In this video, Filippo argues for a food system that breaks the link between poverty and food waste so that those in economic need do not need to rely on the surplus food produced by food industry inefficiencies.



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