The best bits from the second of three live debates exploring the controversial questions about the future of land, the environment and food.
In this episode: What are the implications of giving up control of food standards to trading partners like the US? Will sourcing more food from abroad make our food system more vulnerable to the impacts of climate change? Should the government be trying to link up policy on environmental health and nutrition?
Chaired by Charlotte Smith, presenter of Farming Today on BBC Radio 4.
- Sir Peter Kendall, chair, AHDB
- Anna Taylor OBE, executive director, The Food Foundation
- Vicki Hird, campaign coordinator for food and farming policy, Sustain
- Andrew Opie, director of food policy, British Retail Consortium
Music by Podington Bear used under Creative Commons licence.