As part of the Love Food Hate Waste campaign, we hosted a fascinating session on the story of chocolate and the future of this popular food.

Here’s a short promo of the talk, featuring food scientist, Galit Segev, and Professor David Guest (University of Sydney):

 Interested in learning more?

If you’d like to watch the full-length talk, you can watch it here (48 mins).


We have numerous tours, talks and events that focus on science, nature and the Parklands environment throughout the year. To know what is coming up, go to the What’s On Guide on our website, or subscribe to our What’s On eNewsletter.

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