We need a global food system which meets people's needs in sustainable ways
Right now, our global food system is unsustainable. It does not meet the basic needs of the world’s rising population, it is a major contributor to climate change, and demand is growing at the same time as availability of key resources, including water and productive land, decreases. And in many parts of the world, food production is not a sustainable economic activity. We want to change this. We want to rethink equity and value creation in the system, championing fair relationships between farmers, manufacturers and retailers. We want to help reconnect people with the food they eat so we value it in ways that benefit the whole food supply chain. And we want to restore the system’s resilience by pioneering new ways to make better use of resources and cut waste.