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Broken Plate 2025: Looking ahead to a healthier Britain

Season 9, Ep. 47

This week, to kick start a series of Food Foundation analysis on the Election campaign, Lucy Upton, paediatric dietitian, feeding therapist and founder of The Children's Dietitian looks ahead to the 2025 food Foundation's Broken Plate report.


This annual flagship report reveals the health of our food system, its impact on our lives and the remedies we need to put in place. Dr Alice Wiseman, Director of Public Health for Newcastle and Gateshead, Baroness Joan Walmsley, chair of the House of Lords' Food, Diet and Obesity Committee, Food Foundation Food Ambassador, Dominic Watters and its chief executive, Anna Taylor look at the factors creating an increasingly obesogenic Britain.


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