We know that 'system change' is deserately needed, but what does 'system change' look like?
And who is going to make it happen?
The 'Local Food Ecosystem' is a new concept in food suppy chain coordination which conforms to an alternative and more forward-thinking economic model. It is founded upon principles such as balance, wholeness, circularity, diversity, and interconnectivity, resulting in a food system which is less wasteful, more equitable, much kinder to our planet, much better for citizens in terms of the quality and healthiness of the food we get to eat, which nurtures food entrepreneurism to create vibrant local food economies, and which is, in every sense of the word, sustainable.
|4th June 2021
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