Regional food systems are the backbone of economic food security and prosperity. Over two billion people worldwide are threatened by food insecurity and face a lack of safe, nutritious food.
Local food communities used to be abundant worldwide. But the food industry has all but squeezed them out of the picture. Business needs to create a market dynamic for these to thrive once again.
By supporting micro-supply chains we are able to support these local sustainable farmers, but also maintain and enjoy the delicious regionality of food.
This has the impact of supporting more sustainable growing practices while increasing community and climate resilience.