The Problem with the Industrial Food System - and How to Fix It
The industrial food system harms people and the planet and undermines our ability to feed ourselves, our families and our communities in a healthy, sustainable and dignified way.
The UN Special Rapporteurs on the Right to Food, on the Enjoyment of a Safe, Clean, Healthy and Sustainable Environment, and on Toxics have described the main problems with the industrial food system, in particular with respect to environmental destruction and related human rights violations.
They have also outlined what governments should do to move towards sustainable, healthy and just agroecological practices supporting the right to food and nutrition and human rights more broadly.
FIAN International and national sections in Indonesia, Zambia, Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador summarized their analysis and recommendations with a view to using those recommendations to support the advocacy work of communities seeking the transformation of food systems.
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