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The Securing the Future forum featured Food for All project workshops, presentations from researchers and discussion on the successes and challenges in securing improved access to food for healthy eating.
The theme of this year's Food for All Forum was "Food for All: Making a Difference", and focused on the practical ways to improve access to healthy food.
The impacts of localised food supply: what is the evidence? Mr Trevor Budge, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, La Trobe University.
Determining the health, social and economic impacts of a localised food supply is one of VicHealth's research priorities.
The Food Alliance – a not-for-profit group that brings people and organisations together to tackle the big issues in our food system from paddock to plate – will be launched on Thursday 21 November
Food Alliance is one of the key partnerships that VicHealth has supported since 2009. The Food Alliance helps to improve local and state-level food systems.
An ambitious project designed to connect shoppers directly with farmers and to support independent retailers and wholesalers aims to crowd fund $100,000 to launch in Australia.
Forum-to-address-food-security-issues-in-Victoria - page description.
The accessibility, affordability and sustainability of healthy food options is essential for good health.
The VicHealth Water Initiative is an integrated program of work with the goal of more Victorians choosing water instead of drinks with added sugar.
The Food for All program demonstrated that many barriers to food security stem from systems that local government cannot directly alter.
To have food security accepted as a legitimate area for local action and policy, it's important to assign the role of driving the food security agenda within Council and the community to a specific staff member.