Sustainable Regional Food Networks
The food system of the future calls for food supply chains that are made up by value-generating, collaborative and reciprocal partnerships between equal actors, where cultural, environmental and social values and benefits come before purely economic profits and with the overall objective of ensuring food and nutrition security to everyone.
This can happen through the understanding of food as a “collaborative common” that encourages respectful and ethical practices of production and consumption of food.
To develop, implement and disseminate an innovative food-system approach as an alternative to the industrialized and commodified food supply chains dominant nowadays. To achieve this, the FNA aims at creating a working-model based on the combination of academic research, vocational training, entrepreneurial activities, public actor support and consumer engagement.
New rules for an increased collaboration
Resilient and diversified food system
A reciprocal relationship
Social Learning & Knowledge Exchange
Learning by doing, discussing and sharing