A talk about how far food travels before reaching our plates

Before it reaches our plates, the food we eat usually has travelled a long way. In this episode of the ETH Podcast, we talk about how far a breakfast travels and the resulting political and ecological significance.  
Kenza Benabderrazik and Robert Finger. (Image: ETH Zurich)

Chair of the World Food System Center Professor Robert Finger and ETH researcher, lecturer and outreach coordinator Kenza Benabderrazik speak about the many layers of the system that feeds people around the globe.