Food alliance offers new ‘healthy food systems’ guide


The Global Alliance for the Future of Food has launched its Systemic Solutions for Healthy Food Systems, a guide for governments to take action for better food systems. The new guide also aims to promote human, ecological, and animal health and well-being. Supported by a set of case studies from different countries, cultures, and contexts, the guide provides 14 recommendations to tackle the interconnectedness of food systems through policy and practice. The guide also advocates for more significant government intervention and leadership in a context of collaboration and more in-depth dialogue.
“It is time national governments rise up to the challenge of truly transforming our food systems with tangible, bold action for long-term impact,” said Ruth Richardson, executive director, Global Alliance for the Future of Food. “In this guide, we have brilliant examples of how this can be done — with financial acumen and an eye to the beautifully diverse communities we live in.”
The launch coincided with the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) High-Level Special Event on Global Governance of Food Security and Nutrition held earlier this month. (Image from Pixabay)

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