Food is ETHICS
Ethics are not a destination, but a roadmap. They require taking a systems-level approach, one that takes into account the logistics, storage, distribution and value chains involved in the production and supply of food, and locates this within the social, economic and political context. Not least, there is us: the food in our plate isn’t just a way to keep from feeling hungry; it’s a reflection on how we want the world to be, delicious yet fair.
What’s important to you? And how does that influence what you eat?
@testa_conserve does think of the future of food while treating the sea as a place to grow, something to protect fiercely and endlessly. Each phase of the production process heads towards a simple but effective rule to be at one with nature; with great strength, reciprocating generosity and mutual esteem. Respect regulations, partecipate in research and marine campaigns, be a platform for institutions and universities aren’t cherries-on-top of the business but the core of their credo.