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

With: 

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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