What Do We Hope To Accomplish?
A future that’s possible, sustainable, and harmonious - just as Nature intended!
We spoke to various stakeholders and partners - urban farmers, nutritionists, food experts, international agencies, design thinkers, the government and the civil society. Here’s what we visioned together -Learn more →
How Will We Do That?
By adopting the Food System Approach, a holistic way of thinking and working leading to a healthier society with reduced environmental impacts. An approach which is fairer and more ethical.Learn more →
What Tool Will We Use?
The Food Systems Dashboard is a new tool that aims to describe global, regional and national food systems; to assess the challenges for improving diets, nutrition and health; and to guide its users to set priorities and decide on actions.Learn more →
Global hunger could double due to COVID-19 blow, says UNApril 21, 2020
An initiatives by Marico Industries to enhance farm productivity of Coconut Farmers.June 5, 2020
Mondelez India’s initiative supporting Cocoa agriculture research at Universities in South India.June 20, 2020
Build a better food future both for the people and the planet.Learn more →
Mahatma Gandhi believed that right diet played a significant role in maintaining good health. He was a firm believer that dietary changes instead of medicines provide relief from health issues from time to time.
You probably imagined 2020 panning out very differently to how it has. And as the world has changed drastically, it may well be your diet has too.Know more →
The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2020 (SOFI 2020) report presents the most recent and authoritative estimates of the extent of hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition around the world.Know more →
Many practitioners and people from the academic community contributed to creating this book that set the context of the Eat Right India movement started by the FSSAI in 2017, covering safe eating, healthy and sustainable diets, managing partnerships, and emerging issues related to food.Know more →
By 2050, we imagine a world that has moved away from a producer-consumer paradigm. Where everyone has a relationship with how food is grown, distributed and partaken.Know more →