Soya talk comes to London

| Post published on December 4, 2010
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A PUBLIC TALK exploring the health and environmental effects of soya is being hosted in London in April. The Soya Story, organised by leading health charity the Vegetarian & Vegan Foundation (VVF), will feature three leading authorities on soya; o Professor Jane Plant CBE (author of best-seller Your Life in Your Hands) o Tony Wardle (associate director and environmental campaigner, Viva!) o Dr Justine Butler (senior health campaigner, VVF) Find out why soya is a nutritious, safe and versatile food that offers many benefits for health and the environment. The event is being held on Thursday, April 22, at King’s College Lecture Theatre 2, New Hunt’s House, Guy’s Campus, off Great Maze Pond and Newcomen Street, London SE1. Doors open at 6.45pm for 7.15pm start. Tickets cost £5 and can be bought by telephoning the VVF on 0117 970 5190 or by post making cheques payable to VVF to: VVF Soya Talk London VVF, 8 York Court, Wilder Street, Bristol, BS2 8QH. For more information about the VVF’s work on soya, visit www.safetyofsoya.com. ENDS To request a press pass to attend this event, or for more information, please contact VVF press officer Helen Rossiter or Dr Butler, by calling 0117 970 5190 or emailing info@vegetarian.org.uk or press@vegetarian.org.uk.

About the author
Dr. Justine Butler
I joined Viva! as a health campaigner in 2005 after graduating from Bristol University with a PhD in molecular biology. My scientific training helped me research and write numerous reports, guides and fact sheets for Viva! including Meat the Truth, Fish-Free for Life, One in Nine (breast cancer and diet) and the substantial report on the detrimental health effects of consuming dairy; White Lies. This accompanied Viva!’s report The Dark Side of Dairy which spelt out the inherent cruelty of dairy farming. We were the first UK group to take on the dairy industry in this way, and many of our supporters go vegan after reading these reports.

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