Worldwide more than 500 million small-scale, family-run farms produce the food that we eat. In developing countries, family farming supplies 80% of the food supply. Meanwhile, large-scale production focuses solely on market needs, rather than on protecting our daily food, particularly that of poorer populations. It is time we acknowledged these key differences.

Chaired by: Danielle Nierenberg, president of Food Tank


Carlo Petrini, president of Slow Food

Don Bruno Bignami, instructor of Moral Theology and president of the Fondazione Don Primo Mazzolari

Soledad Barruti, author of  "Malcomidos:Cómo la industria alimentaria argentina nos está matando", Argentina

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