2022 was a year of significant challenges yet we have more reasons for hope than ever before. We continued to weave the threads of our ongoing projects, as well as respond with agility and nuance to some of the pressing and unexpected challenges that arose. We made a splash in the media around the unethical milk contracts that lock dairy farmers into unsustainable practices, and continued to nurture relationships with both farmers and buyers to support a transition toward more ethical dairy. We launched our Community Food Resilience work with a widely-attended, thought-provoking event which sent ripples across individuals and organisations working on food and hunger. We also saw numerous shifts across civil society, academia and business from ‘consumer’ to ‘citizen’ approaches through our work in cultivating the food citizenship movement.
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