Mark Lumsdon-Taylor speaks to Jules Serkin from Business Bunker Radio about the importance of sustainability in food and farming.


Mark and Jules discuss Kentish food, food security, food shortages, building on farmland and much more in their conversation on profitable and sustainable farming.

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You can now watch the talk Mark Lumsdon-Taylor mentions in this podcast – Building a Sustainable Rural Economy.  The stellar panel discussed the need for financial sustainability as a prerequisite for environmental sustainability in food & farming, the challenges facing the industry and what it will take to overcome them. This talk was held in partnership with sponsors who are all stakeholders in British food and farming: Fourayes, the UK’s number one fruit processor, based in Kent; leading national accountancy and business advisory firm MHA MacIntyre Hudson which has a highly regarded Agriculture, Food & Farming sector team and The Institute of Directors.


Past RED Talks in the Environmental Social Governance (ESG) series, delivered in partnership with MHA MacIntyre Hudson:

The Death of CSR?

From CSR to Purpose-Driven Business

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