Regulating food labels: The case of free range food products in Australia

Past Events

Food Labelling and Democratic Engagement in the Food System

A 2-day workshop on food labelling was held at Melbourne Law School on 28-29 September 2017.

The workshop papers and discussion generated some clear themes in response to the framing question How does food labelling shape the food system and how is it shaped by the food system?

A summary of the workshop papers and discussion is available here.

Can food labelling help create more sustainable food systems?

A free public event was held at the University of Melbourne on 27 September 2017 on the role that food labelling can labelling play in creating more sustainable food systems.

The forum was hosted by Richard Cornish and featured presentations by Professor Christine Parker (Melbourne Law School) on free range labelling, Dr Kate MacDonald (University of Melbourne) on palm oil labelling, Dr Kate Johnston on sustainable seafood labelling (University of Sydney) and Katinka Day from Choice.

A full recording of the panel discussion from this event is available here.

A summary of Professor Christine Parker’s talk on free range labelling is available here.

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