The European Commission will present an update on the FOOD 2030 process transitioning towards sustainable, resilient and inclusive food systems for the benefit of the environment and economy. Food 2030 is the EU’s research and innovation policy to transform food systems and ensure everyone has enough affordable, nutritious food to lead a healthy life. The ambition is to achieve a resilient food system that is fit for the future. Food systems need to also deliver co-benefits for people’s health, our climate, planet and communities. Food 2030 provides the policy framework to accelerate this transition within safe planetary boundaries, in line with, and supports, the goals of the European Green Deal, Farm to Fork strategy and bioeconomy strategy. The Food 2030 conference will take place in Brussels and online from 4 to 5 December 2023, registrations for in-person and online participation will open in mid-September.
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Food 2030’ Conference, Brussels |4 – 5 December 2023