The principles of democracy and equity require that good food is available to everyone, not just those who can afford to pay for it. Nor is it acceptable that BC’s food policy is based on the exploitation of people or the environment in Canada and other countries.

We work to ensure that the voices of grassroots organizations and marginalized groups are heard in the process of policy formation at all levels. Our Network therefore includes people who experience hunger and food insecurity, who produce food, who work to protect the environment, and who develop policy frameworks that foster food security for the whole population.

We link provincially, nationally, and internationally with organizations and networks committed to the same goals.