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Transforming Food Systems in India

Towards food secure, safe, healthy and sustainable world

Our Food systems must create a world where everyone has access to safe, nutritious and affordable food. We must ensure that we are all free from hunger and all forms of malnutrition. Biodiversity is sustained; environmental degradation is prevented livelihoods safeguarded. We wish to achieve this by 2030 as a part of the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030.

Our current food systems not geared to fulfil the vision food secure, safe, healthy and sustainable world.

Number of hungry people is 690 million and rising;

Number of hungry people is 690 million and rising;

Number of hungry people is 690 million and rising;

Number of hungry people is 690 million and rising;

Number of hungry people is 690 million and rising;

Need bold vision and aligned collective action and innovation at all levels – from local to global.

India as the world’s most populous country with a population of 1.5 billion by 2030 1 (about one-fifth of the global population) can potentially play a key role to change this trajectory.

Food Future Foundation A platform of key stakeholders

Working towards transforming food systems in India by engaging, exciting and enabling them to change to the food system that delivers both for the people and the planet

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The world has moved away from a producer-consumer paradigm. Now everyone has a relationship (direct or indirect) with how food is grown, distributed and partaken.

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