Over the Farm Gate podcast: why is an inaccurate report on red meat still influencing policy 4 years on?

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Over the Farm Gate podcast: why is an inaccurate report on red meat still influencing policy 4 years on?

Farmers Guardian chief reporter Rachael Brown sat down with Professor Alice Stanton to talk about her continued campaign to remove incorrect claims around excessive red meat consumption and why farmers more than ever need to be supported by the government to produce sustainable red meat.

Prof. Stanton discusses how the Global Burden of Disease report 2019 is still influencing policy and causing damage four years on.

 

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