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Speaker: Kimberley Bell, founder and head baker of Small Food Bakery
Bread is at the heart of food culture in many countries around the world. Yet the agricultural, economic and social systems that create it are rife with extraction and exploitation. Working by a different set of principles than commodity grain systems, small food businesses like bakeries provide an imagination space for communities to think about social structures differently. But what shift in our imaginations would we need to enable more enterprises to start working in ways that honour people and planet? Can bread be an entry point for re-imaging meaningful work or city life? How can it help us think differently about the connection between food and agriculture?
Kimberly Bell is the founder and head baker of the award-winning Small Food Bakery in Nottingham, England. She is the winner of the BBC Food and Farming Award 2018 for best food producer and the founder of the UK Grain Lab.
The talk will be followed by an online Q&A session.
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