Our food is controlled by corporations that prioritise profit over protecting the environment or feeding people healthy food. This is having devastating consequences, which we urgently need to address. Find out the ways we are taking action.
Hundreds of thousands of tonnes of edible crops and food is processed each year to make so-called ‘green energy’.
Think farmed fish means sustainable protein? In reality 22% of wild fisheries capture is used for animal feed, and aquaculture pollutes local waters in pristine environments such as Scotland.
Is our sugar beet industry producing too much of a bad thing, with costs for our health and our soils?
Instead of being passive consumers of food, we can becoming active food citizens and take part in shaping our food system, for our health and our planet.
Our food need not come from supermarket shelves, instead, we can grow it, harvest it, and share it with our neighbours and communities.
Feedback’s founding issue. One third of food produced around the world is wasted. Find out what we’re doing to tackle the food waste scandal.
Tracing the supply chains that bring our food from farms around the world to supermarket shelves
Industrial meat is threatening our climate and our health. We need less and better meat.
The campaign to expose the investors and banks providing Big Livestock with its financial fodder
New Food Economies
The globalised, financialised food economy is destroying the Planet. We need to start building its sustainable and resilient alternative.
Tackling food waste and providing pathways to training and employment in the food and farming sector.
The way we eat needs to change. What can governments do to make sure our food system responds to the climate and biodiversity emergency?