The Rome Declaration defines access to food in terms of physical access, social access and economic access.Read
Criterion 3: What are their recommendations to curb the power of corporates who make and promote products that damage human and planetary health?
None of the recommendations made will curb the power of these corporates, the third of our five criteria in assessing the National Food Strategy.Read
We’ve begun a series of short papers about the UK food supply system, and will list them below as and when published:Read
Bee Wilson took the Association of UK Dietitians (aka the BDA) to task last week on twitter about their ‘position statement’ on processed foods.Read
This blogpost is about West Midlands Combined Authority-level decision-making and its relevance to food security and resilience matters.Read
Biologist Jack Cohen, one of the New Optimists scientists, used to say that you cannot ‘think outside of the box’ unless you know the geometry of it very well indeed.Read
A “transformed” food system means a radical restructure of what happens between farm gate and retail outlet. Why? It’s where most of the activity and nearly all of the profits lie.Read