Covid19: Feedback’s response
Our work has always been about creating a resilient food system. The COVID-19 food crisis is showing that our work is more necessary than ever.
The COVID-19 pandemic has starkly brought to the fore the vulnerabilities of our food system. It has exposed our risky dependency on global food supply chains; it has reminded us of the country’s food insecurity and lack of farming skills. The supermarket stockpiling pandemonium has also shown us the inadequacy of individual consumer responses in facing up to the collective challenge of fair access to food – while neighbours, communities, mutual aid groups and NHS volunteers are inspiring us with their determination to make sure no one is left behind.
The response of communities, civil society and citizens across the country are giving us a glimpse of the more resilient and fairer food system we strive for. Inspired by this, we will redouble our efforts over the coming months – on the ground and through our campaigns – to transform the food system, and make sure we do not bounce back but step forward from this crisis, leaving behind a corporate profit driven food system, to one that prioritises health, equity and ecological renewal.
Latest updates on our COVID-19 Work
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What can you do to make a difference?
Our Gleaning Network has been on farms across the country gleaning fresh veg (at a safe social distance). Find out how you can help rescue produce from farms.Find out more
Our Alchemic Kitchen in Merseyside is transforming surplus produce into soup for vulnerable people. In Brighton, we have teamed up with local organisations to provide food parcels to people.Find out more about our community food operations
At this incredibly difficult and uncertain time, the right to good food should be ensured for everyone.Act now