What should the aim of a Government food strategy be?
The Government so-called ‘food strategy’ published on 13th June doesn’t have an aim. The aim of a national food strategy should confirm the Government’s commitment to ensure all UK citizens have access to sufficient supplies of safe, nutritious food....Read
It’s time to think about food supply strategies in a post-Johnson world
Will food security issues rise up the agenda of a post-Johnson Government?Read
Part 12: Three more examples using the function map to ‘see’ the food supply landscape differently
The last blogpost has two examples using the function map. This blogpost gives a third, fourth and fifth example. Underpinning all three of them are the climate and terrain of the UK.Read
Part 11: Two examples of using the function map to ‘see’ the food supply landscape differently
As stated in the previous blogpost, it’s useful to think of the function of the millions of organisations and people operating across the food supply landscape.Read
Part 10: What huge numbers of organisations do
Although the food supply system touches our lives everyday, we see only a minute part of the huge operation it takes to feed us.Read
Part 6: Safety, assurance and integrity — ‘drug-foods’ that damage human and planetary health
Few consider the so-called ‘drug-foods’ in the context of food safety. I have done so here, because our over-consumption of them presents dangers to both human and planetary health.Read
Part I: Pears grown in Argentina, packed in Thailand
This is the first of a blogpost series on the presentation I gave to the virtual (Zoom) Lunar Society meeting on 12th January entitled Food Security: Is the UK already in crisis?Read
National Food Strategy Plan: Does it meet our five criteria?
We have five criteria to assess the National Food Strategy Plan, published today, 15th July.Read