EUROPE AND FOOD - ENSURING ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SOCIAL BENEFITS FOR THE GLOBAL TRANSITION

The report assesses food systems of EU Member States and the United Kingdom, in terms of nutritional challenges, agriculture, food loss and food waste, and based on the Food Sustainability Index.

The EU is at the forefront of global climate actions with the European Green Deal, intended to enable the region to be the world’s first climate-neutral continent by 2050.

Bringing Europe’s food system on a sustainable path requires a holistic and multi-stakeholder approach to adopt healthy and sustainable diets, address social, economic, health and environmental issues related to food systems through integrated policy, and build a new generation of responsible global citizens.

Download the country scorecards for an overview of national scores and data.

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