Food policy advocates have a long list of reforms for the Biden-Harris administration and the 117th U.S. Congress, from recruiting farmers to mitigate climate change, to slowing down line speeds at meatpacking plants. What policies are most likely to change, and which ones will stir up the most controversy? How will Democrats’ control of the Senate affect the odds of reform? In this Virtual National Food Policy Conference series event, a panel of experts will discuss these and other questions, and offer their vision of a post-COVID-19 food system.

2:00 PM
Panel Discussion: Food System Reform in the Biden/Harris Era

Laura Reiley, Washington Post

Scott Faber, Environmental Working Group
Sean McBride, DSM Communications
Beth Johnson, Food Directions LLC
Brian Ronholm, Consumer Reports

3:30 PM
Keynote Address
U.S. Senator Bob Casey