It’s time we redesign the way we make food. The current food system is a primary driver of biodiversity loss and accounts for a third of global greenhouse gases. We can, and must, redesign our food system to allow nature to thrive.
Everything around us is designed – including our food products, takeaways, and restaurant meals. But imagine if it was designed for people and planet to thrive. What if our food could help tackle climate change and protect biodiversity? We think it’s possible, but we all have a role to play.
So the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, in partnership with the Sustainable Food Trust and with delivery supported by HowGood, is launching the Big Food Redesign Challenge (Challenge). Its aim is to inspire the food industry to apply the principles of circular design to food, highlighting its potential to regenerate nature.
If you’re a farmer, grower or ingredient supplier who is putting nature at the centre of your decision making, we’re asking you to become visible!
Food businesses, big and small, will participate in the Challenge. In doing so they will seek to connect with farmers, growers and suppliers who are prioritising outcomes for nature, whether by adopting agro-ecology, agroforestry, conservation agriculture, or other approaches that support regenerative outcomes for nature.
Challenge participants will use the HowGood system to help them understand the impact of their ingredient choices. Submitting your ingredient information via HowGood’s Supplier Portal will make it visible to Challenge participants, showcasing your efforts and enabling you to forge new customer relationships.
To make a submission, click the link below which will take you to the HowGood Supplier Portal for the Big Food Redesign Challenge.
Do you already supply an organisation you think might like to take part in The Big Food Redesign Challenge?
They can find out more here.
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Get discovered by SMEs & FMCGs and/or enhance your customer relationships by adding your ingredients to HowGood's Supplier Portal for the Big Food Redesign Challenge.
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