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Find our more about the AFSA’s Peoples’ Food Plan
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The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance's (AFSA) Peoples' Food Plan has received coverage in the January-March 2014 edition of ReNew magazine.
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AFSA President’s message
The July message is a simple one, get ready for Fair Food Week! This message is all about the celebration of Fair Food during Fair Food Week.
Fair Food Farmers United blog
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Driving through the French countryside over the past two weeks, I was constantly struck by the smallness of the farms.
Story by Tammi Jonas, 3 June 2014 (story first appeared on Tammi Jonas: Food Ethics) The debate...
Fair Food Farmers United (FFFU), the Farmers’ Chapter of the AFSA, brought together a small group of producers and food activists in Seymour, Victoria.
Recent blog posts
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AFSA welcomes its newest member, Southern Harvest NSW, a producer network in the Southern Highlands of NSW.
Story by Russ Grayson, August 2014 Our food is too cheap. We pay too little for...
More and more people are embracing Fair Food – healthy nutritious food that is produced locally - at an affordable price for consumers and with a fair return to farmers. Fair Food Week 2014 will run from 10-19 October and will celebrate the International Year of Family Farming.
Last year I was fortunate to be one of around 100 people in Australia awarded a Churchill Fellowship. My research trip is to investigate innovative models of urban agriculture in a variety of sites in the United States (Chicago, Milwaukee and Detroit), as well as Toronto and a number of centres in Argentina ...
There are rumblings across the country. Murmurings and whisperings of plans afoot as preparations for Fair Food Week gather pace. Buoyed by the success of last year, organisers are putting together fun and innovative events that capture the themes of the week.
Woolworths has partnered with Jamie Oliver in a campaign to promote fresh fruit and vegetables. The campaign, targeted at kids, gives free stickers to parents for every $20 spent in store
The small screen — food related videos
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About the AFSA
The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance (AFSA) is working towards a fair, diverse and democratic food system for the benefit of all Australians.
How we work
These are the values that form the platform from which the AFSA operates…
We are a national alliance of people and organisations who are working for a better food system. The food system is broken. People are hungry in outer suburbs, whilst supermarkets are throwing away food. Farmers are leaving the land in droves. Food is full of additives and chemicals that are making us sick. We’ve come up with a plan for a better food system — it’s called the Peoples’ Food Plan.