In this Instagram Live Panel, Food Tank will welcome leaders in Scotland’s good bread movement. Panelists Debra Riddell, Andrew Whitley, and Federico Lubrani will discuss Scotland’s movement to improve the quality of wheat, expand access to good bread, and restore a connection with our food.
Wendy Barrie is a cookery show presenter, food writer, and campaigner for local produce. She is the Founder and Director of the Scottish Food Guide, and leads Scotland’s Slow Food Ark of Taste, and co-founded The Scottish Bread Championship in 2017.
This Instagram Live is part of a series of interviews exploring Scotland’s food system, as Food Tank prepares to bring its immersive climate-focused musical to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this August.
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