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Research and innovation supporting the farm to fork strategy of the European commission

Sonnino, R. ORCID:, Callenius, C., Lähteenmäki, L., Breda, J., Cahill, J., Caron, P., Damianova, Z., Gurinovic, M. A., Lang, T., Laperriere, A., Mango, C., Ryder, J., Verburg, G., Achterbosch, T., den Boer, A. C. L., Kok, K. P. W., Reeger, B. J., Broerse, J. E. W., Cesurogle, T. and Gill, M. 2020. Research and innovation supporting the farm to fork strategy of the European commission. FIT4FOOD2030. Available at:

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The EU Think Tank(as part of theFIT4FOOD2030 Coordination and Support Action) strongly supports the development of the Farm to Fork Strategy as a key component of the European Green Deal, recognising the need to transform the food system as a whole. This policy brief calls for innovative approaches tothe Farm to Fork Strategy to provide practical answersto two central questions: i) how can a shift towards healthier and more sustainable diets be facilitated?;and ii) how can all actors in the food system be empoweredto adopt more sustainable practices? Answers tothese questions raise the need fornew transdisciplinary, multi-actor and participatory Research and Innovation (R&I)approachesthat enable citizens,farmers, fishers, food processors, distributors, retailers and consumers to contribute to more coherent, cross policy-sector food initiatives that leverage on European food systems to deliver a balance of public goods (including food security and environmental integrity).

Item Type: Monograph (UNSPECIFIED)
Status: Published
Schools: Geography and Planning (GEOPL)
Publisher: FIT4FOOD2030
Last Modified: 07 Nov 2022 10:14

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