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Peoples’ Food Plan Working Paper
“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...
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Think.Eat.Save was the name of the UNSW World Environment Day seminar that attempted to draw attention to food waste.
Media coverage of AFSA’s comment on the National Food Plan in the Age and the West Australian...
The AFSA, are deeply concerned that this Plan is taking the country in the opposition direction...
In the April-May 2013 issue of Arena Magazine
, AFSA National Co-ordinator Nick Rose discusses...
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In December 2012, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released a short publication titled ‘Australian farming...
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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.
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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.