Our research brings novel and diverse approaches to complex issues around food, including community and key stakeholders’ perspectives to provide a new lens to disrupt and reform current food systems policies and processes. Our aim is to increase food autonomy, food system sustainability, and overall health and well-being.
Foodways research fosters systematic evidence-based approaches to:
- Enhance approaches to food education;
- Integrate foodways considerations within sustainable urban designs;
- Improve food communications (media/ social media networks); and
- Explore the health and social impacts of integrating community services with foodways and citizen driven alternative food networks