Launched in two parts over 2020-2021, the National Food Strategy is an independent review commissioned by government to set out a vision and a plan for a better food system.
"The strategy sets out thorough consideration of who needs to be responsible for overseeing the transformational change that our food system badly needs, from across national Government departments through to local government, working in partnership with local communities."
Kath Dalmeny, Chief Executive of Sustain
At a time when the fragility of our food, health and ecological systems have never been more apparent, Sustain welcomes this ambitious report and its calls for fundamental change.Compiled below are the related responses, briefings, blogs and publications for our campaigns and alliance members, which dig into the details and set forth our positions.
Read our MP briefing and overview (July 2021)
Sustain's full response to Part 2 (July 2021)
Sustain's full response to Part 1 (July 2020)
- It must be part of the plan: farming and the National Food Strategy (July 2021)
- Why sustainable food and farming is key to achieving net zero (July 2021)
- The Case for Local Food (July 2021)
- Public Sector Procurement of Food (April 2021)
- Delivering synergies and multiple public goods: Why whole farm systems must be central to Environmental Land Management and the agricultural transition plan (Feb 2021)
- Evidence submissisons to the NFS, a compilation from Sustain and its members (Oct 2019)
- Five things you need to know about the proposed Junk Food Tax (July 2021)
- Is it time for a new junk food tax? (July 2021)
- Four important messages from the National Food Strategy on how we can 'have it all' (Green Alliance, July 2021)
- What are we feeding our kids? (May 2021)
- National Food Strategy: Who's missing from the table? (July 2020)
The full report is available from the National Food Strategy website.
National Food Strategy lead calls for food, farming and environment standards in trade deals
23 Nov 2020