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Pow Wow Round Up

POW WOW ROUND UP – January 2021 

“The Pow Wow Roundup aims to inform, educate and debate the future of food, taking a 360-view of all aspects – humanity, animals (farmed and wild) and the planet.


A difficult, but important, subject, Philip himself warns that the content of the blog ‘won’t always be pretty, but it’ll give you the facts and make you think’. Pow Wow is a must read” – Vuelio June 2020


Philip’s Pow Wow blog has been rated a Top 10 Green Blog by Vuelio for three consecutive years: 2018, 2019 and 2020


In January’s Roundup we look at the world’s first sale of cultured meat, health, hope and the road ahead.

  • Food lies at the heart of many a celebration, but one particular meal recently stood out as historic: the world’s first commercial sale of cultured meat. Just weeks after the nation’s regulatory authority gave cultured meat the go-ahead, Singapore’s 1880 club served the first cultured chicken to paying guests....

  • There is something refreshing about a new year. Many of us start with new resolutions or new ideas.  It’s a time when people plan fresh starts.  We look to make changes in our lives, to be inspired....

  • As I sit down to write this end of year message, I reflect on the most challenging and tragic of years. Yet I also reflect on the essence of what makes us human and connects us all around the world – our ability to have faith, our ability to hope and our ability to love....

Social Media – Nature Photography took top spot and thousands of ‘likes’ last month

Guest Podcast – FFA Food Systems Podcast :

In this episode we talk to Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming and author, about sustainable and humane meat consumption, lab-grown meat and its possible effects on society, as well as his policy ideas for a more sustainable agricultural system.

Looking Forward – Watch out for :-

3rd Feb: A ‘must watch’ Webinar from the United Nations Environment Programme, Chattam House and Compassion in World Farming – register here now