As we wrap things up in Stockholm from the EAT Food Forum, we reflect on what we learned and what we thought was missing from the forum. Our main take home message is that we must continue to work hard, think bigger and bolder, to continue on our mission to cultivate change in our food system. Are you with us?Read More
We are at the EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2019. Over 1000 delegates from around the world converge in Stockholm to act as change agents to transform the food system. From government ministers, to companies, chefs, NGOs, farmers, and city governments, there is a mix of health and sustainability tackling how food can fix our environmental and social issues. Day one began and ended with strong statements from one of the world’s biggest food companies talking to the heart of food systems change about regenerative agriculture and farming. At Spira we work on regenerative agriculture in New Zealand, so this was a key topic for us as we transform the food system.Read More
Emily is heading to the EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2019, the world’s biggest gathering of experts and topics on food systems and healthy, sustainable food. Safe to say, she’ll be in her element.
We want to take you along for the journey and so we will be doing updates here on the sessions and snapshots of key learnings. You can follow us at the sessions live on Twitter, see Stories and updates on Instagram.Read More
As a local council what can you do about food policy? For some it is a new and unfamiliar field, but there are plenty of examples around the world and New Zealand that are shooting up that you can learn from. We’re happy to help you if you need advice on your food policy.Read More
For three years leading scientists have worked on Food in the Anthropocene: the EAT-Lancet Commission on healthy diets from sustainable food systems, in the first in a series of articles, Emily King, founder of Spira, unpacks the report as it's released.Read More