In a time of crisis, £2 billion could be put to far better use than to simply line the pockets of the wealthy.
Updates Covid19: Feedback’s response View all
The tragic impact of Big Livestock on the Planet needs to end.
There is a chance for the government to treat this moment of crisis as an opportunity to reshape supply chains.
Food is a right, not a luxury, and it’s time for our food system to reflect this.
Every time I visit a farm, I am amazed by the amount of work that goes into growing food that we end up paying so little for in supermarkets
Our food system is not a car, but we act as if it is – if it breaks down, we can replace it with a more technologically advanced version.
At this incredibly difficult and uncertain time, the right to good food should be ensured for everyone.
We have set out how things currently look and developed scenarios for the UK’s fresh food in 2020 in light of Covid-19.
As a team we put our heads together and decided on how we could best utilise our resources to help our community during this difficult time.
The response of communities, civil society and citizens are giving us a glimpse of a more resilient and fairer food system
An overview of some of the thought-provoking articles we’ve read about the relationship between COVID-19 and the food system.