A global gathering working towards better food systems

A global gathering working towards better food systems

A global gathering working towards better food systems The global Open Food Network Community has always worked totally remotely, ever since we began in 2015. In 2017 we realised that our community would benefit from spending time together in person, connecting with...
Responding to COVID-19

Responding to COVID-19

COVID-19 is already impacting our food supply chains; shoppers and buyers are shifting online. How can we be sure that community food businesses can continue to provide good food for people? How can we best support our communities, particularly vulnerable members,...
Welcome to a faster, more efficient Open Food Network

Welcome to a faster, more efficient Open Food Network

Major platform update rolled out worldwide Over the years we’ve been running Open Food Network we’ve been working tirelessly to build the tools that food enterprises need to succeed. With our tiny, part time development team working remotely in the UK, Australia,...
Can Food Hubs Help Stop Climate Change?

Can Food Hubs Help Stop Climate Change?

Open Food Network are teaming up with researchers at the University of East Anglia as part of a nationwide study to explore how food hubs like ours contribute to a lower carbon food system. The research will seek to understand the food shopping patterns of people who...
New Open Food Network affiliates

New Open Food Network affiliates

Open Food Network has welcomed two new instances as signatories to the community pledge. Both Italian and South African instances are taking steps to launch the Open Food Network in their regions, with a commitment to their shared values described in the Open Food...

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