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Star athlete joins Green MP for Food Revolution

Star athlete joins Green MP for Food Revolution

Green MP Sue Kedgley will be joined by former marathon great Allison Roe at a public meeting this Tuesday (October 19) to discuss the Food Revolution.

The Food Revolution is a campaign that was recently launched by Ms Kedgley, the Green Party’s Food Safety spokesperson, that aims to ensure New Zealand’s food supply is SAFE: Sustainably produced; Accurately labelled; Free from disease and antibiotics; and Ethically marketed.

Ms Kedgley invites members of the public and the media to join her and Allison in finding out how to ‘change the world one bite at a time’.

Ms Roe will speak at the meeting, to be held at 7pm, Tuesday October 19, at the Wellpark College of Natural Therapies, 6 Francis St, Grey Lynn, Auckland.

Food Revolution Public Meeting

With Sue Kedgley, MP and Allison Roe

7pm, Tuesday October 19

Wellpark College of Natural Therapies

6 Francis St, Grey Lynn

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