"I've long been intrigued by a late 19th century feminist solution to domestic drudgery, the kitchen-less house. They proposed that collective provision of food produced at scale and delivered when required from a communal kitchen, would eliminate women's work..."
Professor Alan Warde is Emeritus Professor at the University of Manchester. A renowned sociologist and member of the Sustainable Consumption Institute, Alan has worked for many years on issues of food consumption. In this video, Alan focuses on the social significance of eating out and suggests that a focus of consumption outside of the home could bring broader social and environmental benefits to the people of Manchester.