Q+A: Food labelling, Gareth Morgan. David Carter
TV ONE, 29TH SEPTEMBER, 9AM
On the programme this Sunday, we look at food labelling.
Does it give us the whole picture? And how much do we know
about genetically modified ingredients in our food?
staying with food, Gareth Morgan has investigated obesity
and tells us what we need to do to prevent it. Plus we look
at how one community is fighting the flab.
referee of the toughest game in town - politics. We talk to
the Speaker of the House, David Carter, about keeping MPs in
line, and we find out who he thinks are the best
On the panel this week, political scientist Dr
Bryce Edwards from Otago University, former ACT MP Heather
Roy and Metro editor Simon Wilson.
Join host Susan Wood
and Jessica Mutch on Q+A at 9am this
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