The Food Flagship Initiative is bringing together a consortium of public and private stakeholders across London’s food value chain – from peri-urban farmers’ associations and innovators to food brands, retailers, hospitality and public sector institutions – who are committed to three pillars of action. These pillars have been identified as the principal building blocks of a circular economy for food in London.
The consortium will play a decisive role in mobilising action across these three pillars and carving out the city’s food system transformation. It will meet routinely to share priorities, exchange ideas and insights, and work collaboratively towards a common vision for a healthy, thriving food system.
Find out more about the food flagship consortium. If you’re interested in joining, please fill in our ‘Express Interest’ form.
“We need collaborative approaches to solve complex food system challenges such as food waste and the climate emergency. By joining this bold initiative, you can take action to accelerate London’s transition to a circular economy for food.”
Dr Liz Goodwin OBE
Senior Fellow and Director, Food Loss and Waste at World Resources Institute, and Chair of ReLondon Board