Social Food Atlas

An online platform curated by John Thackara that aims to make visible – and findable – a wide variety of social food projects that, right now, are little known – even to each other.

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Social Food projects

This Atlas will make visible – and findable – a wide variety of social food projects that, right now, are little known – even to each other.

We are inviting a wide variety of people to submit social food projects for the Atlas: community groups, farmer associations, fruit growers, brewers, bakers, soil restorers, food hubs, seed savers, fishers, schools, community and catering colleges, refugees, foragers, fermenters, urban farmers, edible foresters, bee keepers, street food vendors, fair trade networks.

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