Philip Lymbery CEO of Compassion in World Farming will be in South African for five days from 14 – 19 April 2014 to launch his book Farmageddon: the True Cost of Cheap Meat.
It hit the UK’s ‘Most Reviewed Book’ booklist in January 2014 and is into its third printing just 8 weeks after publication. Is Farmageddon the game-changer that will revolutionise the way we produce food? Find out about the real cost of the cheap meat you buy and how to choose food that comes from ethical farms.
Philip Lymbery gave interviews, had meetings with retailers, was on radio, television and has signed copies of Farmageddon at two book launches. If you missed him live, read his blog here. Philip presented Woolworths with the first Compassion Good Egg Award ever awarded to an African company, for Woolworths’ commitment to sourcing only free range eggs. Watch the YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLQwjCu9yhI Half a million egg laying hens live out in the fresh air thanks to Woolworths!
Listen to his recorded conversation with Bruce Whitfield on The Money Show, Cape Talk 567 here.
Thursday April 24: screening of the discussion between Philip Lymbery and Gerhard Schutte, CEO of the Red Meat Producers Organisation on AgriTV’s Growing Tomorrow programme from 5:30 – 6:30. on SATV 2.
Sunday May 4th: screening of interview with Carte Blanche
Be part of the change!
For your copy of ‘Farmageddon: The true cost of cheap meat’, click here.
KimK 11April 2014