Civil society organisations, in the areas of farming, fisheries,
environment, animal welfare, health, consumers, consumer co-operatives,
development, social justice, climate, and forestry, wrote the European
Commission President to seek a new direction in the way food policies
are made and priorities are set.
The time for action is now: daring to change the way we make policies, adopting systemic approaches, and providing the tools we need to spark those changes. An integrated food policy can reclaim public policy for the public good, rebuild public confidence in the European project, and put the EU on track to meet the SDGs and the Paris Climate Agreement.
Read the Open Letter here on our website.