Food 2030 – Food strategy for UK

Food 2030, the Government’s new food strategy, is the first of its kind in over 50 years. In it we set out our vision of what we want the food system to look like in 2030, and how we can get there.
What we want by 2030
Consumers are informed, can choose, and afford, healthy, sustainable food. This demand is met by profitable, competitive, highly skilled and resilient farming, fishing and food businesses, supported by first class research and development.
Food is produced, processed and distributed to feed a growing global population in ways which:
use global natural resources sustainably,
enable the continuing provision of the benefits and services that a healthy natural environment provides,
promote high standards of animal health and welfare,
protect food safety,
make a significant contribution to rural communities, and
allow us to show global leadership on food sustainability.
Our food security is ensured through strong British agriculture and international trade links with EU and global partners, which support developing economies.
The UK has a low carbon food system which is efficient with resources – any waste is reused, recycled or used for energy generation.

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn

More to explore

Want to Be in Our Magazine?

Are you a Hastings County producer in agriculture or forestry and want your business included in our directory? We are getting our

survey monkey

Survey for Producers

We’re interested in finding out how this organization can better meet the needs and be of value to Hastings County producers involved

webinars ecommerce

Free Webinars

We’d like to offer members and local producers a series of free webinars. We’ll talk about how you can make a great

Harvest Hastings Logo
We've Made Some Changes

Harvest Hastings is growing and we’re updating our website.  Things won’t be exactly where you remember them.  We hope you’ll enjoy having a look around.

Stay Connected

Sign Up for the Harvest Hastings Newsletter