Co-founder of SCOOP, The Sustainable Food Cooperative on the Island of Jersey, working to support marginalised, ecologically focused farming. India has worked in food businesses since 2012 after training as a chef at Le Cordon Bleu. She has an MA in Food and Development from the Institute of Development Studies. She was a director of an award-winning catering and social arts organisation for 3 years where she fed over 26,000 people and went onto consulting on a regenerative food systems business in Hyderabad, India. She is currently working on her PhD at the University of Glasgow focusing on sustainability within food systems. She has recently co-founded the community group, Jersey Food Systems Lab. She is a NED for Really Regenerative Centre. She is a regular author for QUOTA.media.
Regenerative agriculture is about so much more than what you do with your soil – that is just the beginning. This panel discussion asks what regenerative really means beyond farming practices and explores how farmers, producers, brands and businesses can adopt a truly regenerative mindset – an approach to healing people and the land.