The Lexi is doing a special showing of BEST BEFORE: THE LONDON FOOD REVOLUTION, with a Q&A afterwards, on 31 Oct.
The film will start promptly at 6:30, so we're asking people to arrive at 6:15 to take their seats. It will run for 30 minutes and will be followed by a Q&A. Places are limited, so everyone must RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
in order to get on the guest list.
Best Before: the London Food Revolution is a short documentary about the food revolution taking off across London, why it is happening and how it provides a way forward to a more healthy, sustainable and socially just food system in the UK. In London a handful of supermarkets dominate the food system, an incredible amount of food is wasted everyday, and fresh, healthy food has become the privilege of the wealthy, while those worse off have only access to low quality, fatty and sugar-rich food, and obesity rates are skyrocketing. With global energy costs expected to rise dramatically, many people argue that the UK will face a food crisis in coming years.