Good food is the basis of health. This means that people in need of healing, whether in hospitals, care facilities, or remand centres, require healthy food, and children require the best possible food, starting with breastmilk if that is what a mother can support.

We develop and advocate policies to redesign all structures contributing to hunger and unsustainable food systems. This includes but is not limited to health, welfare, education, economic, trade, institutional, food production, processing, transport and food retail systems.