How can we shift towards more plant-based, resilient, and localized food systems? Have a look at the brand new FoodShift2030 project website to find out

The FoodShift2030 project has just launched its new website! This four-year project aims at ensuring access to safe, healthy, nutritious, and affordable food that can nourish people and the planet by promoting a shift towards more plant-based, resilient, and localized food systems. It brings together a strong multi-actor consortium of local governments, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), non-governmental organisations (NGOs), universities, research institutes and network partners.

The website will host all project resources on www.foodshift2030.eu. These will include factsheets, publications, press releases and others. The project website will also feature a ‘Labs’ page presenting different FoodShift Accelerator Labs. These open innovation living labs are established to engage with stakeholders from the private, public, voluntary, and academic sector to tackle the different aspects of the food system.

Have a look at the website and follow @FoodShift2030 on TwitterInstagram and LinkedIn.

IFOAM EU is proud to be a partners of the innovative FoodShift2030 project. Within the course of the project, we will contribute to the conceptual framework for further development of governance strategies and food policy strategies. We will also disseminate project outputs within the organic network and at our main events.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 862716.

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