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Can We Afford Not to Eat Local

Posted by The Events Editorial Team

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September 4, 2012
8:00 amto10:00 am
8:00 amto10:00 am

The debate whether to buy imported or Australian made goods is a long and complicated issue, and the food we munch on could very well affect Australian’s economy and the number of employed people in Oz. The Markets of Melbourne are holding a forum called Can We Afford Not To Eat Local, with expert panelists including chef Matt Wilkinson, nutritionist Arabella Forge, former South Melbourne Market Manager Claude Baxter, owner of Canning’s Free Range Butchers Sam Canning, and Deputy Chairman of Fruit Growers Victoria, Brad Fankhauser. This will most certainly be a debate to give you some food for thought.

WHEN: Tuesday 4 September, 8am-10am
WHERE: State Library of Victoria, Experimedia Room, Ground Level, Melbourne
WEB: marketsofmelbournefoodissuesforum.eventbrite.com.au/?ebtv=C


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