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A People’s Food Plan for Australia

In response to concerns about the limited objectives proposed by the National Food Plan (a federal government initiative), and after broad public consultation, the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance has developed the People's Food Plan for Australia. The People’s Food Plan presents a common-sense and achievable vision for fair food that places the soil and land, farmers, food workers and eaters at the centre of a restorative food system. Read More »

Welcome to Sydney Food Fairness Alliance

2013 promises to be a busy year for SFFA with the release of the Federal Govt National Food Plan due, and the alternative ‘ grass roots’ People’s Food Plan launched by the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance. SFFA will play an active role in the discussion about what kind of food future we want and how we need to shape it now. Join us to be part of it! The Sydney Food Fairness Alliance (SFFA) is a network of consumers, rural producers, health professionals, community workers and advocates who want to see food security for all within a socially, economically and environmentally sustainable food system. Read on for SFFA's aims for 2013 Read More »

The National Food Plan Green Paper … whose plan is this?

A very disappointing public meeting with a tight agenda and incorrect statistical data. The meeting was chaired by Mr Paul Morris, Executive Director of ABARES and there is no doubt that Mr Morris would be very familiar with statistical data and current trends of our food economy. Read More »

Minister launches National Food Plan green paper

Your chance to contribute to the development of the National Food Plan. Click on the link below to; read the green paper, attend the public meetings and send your responses by 30 September. See also 2 important related artices commenting on the NFP green paper. Read More »

Grocery Store Wars

Good for a laugh… Great Take off of Star wars….. Buy your food at farmers markets to increase our global food security and support local farmers Read More »

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