Dozens of food and farming NGOs converged in Brussels yesterday, to take part in the first day of the Good Food, Good Farming conference. More than 200 delegates were addressed by Dilyana Slavova, president of the section for agriculture, rural development and environment of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC). She welcomed the input and involvement of civil society in an ongoing discussion of European agricultural policy.
Michele Fino from the Slow Food University of Gastronomic Sciences was present to join the conversation.
Check out this video to find about about more about who was there and what was being discussed: