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Fixing a broken food system

Fixing a broken food system

The COVID-19 pandemic and recent floods in QLD and NSW have shone a light on just how unprepared our food system is for (un)natural disasters. ‘One in a hundred-year’ floods and fires are becoming commonplace; we need to do more to ensure that our society is protected!

Growing a Food Hub Webinar

Growing a Food Hub Webinar

Join us at 12 PM, Wednesday April 27th for a free webinar where we’ll cover everything you need to know about starting and scaling up a Food Hub.

Strengthening Victoria’s Foodshare organisations

Strengthening Victoria’s Foodshare organisations

Foodshares play a vital part in helping to feed those experiencing hardship  – in fact, they are somehow able to turn a $1 donation into over $66 worth of food!

The Open Food Network has contributed to a report written by Think Impact on the Food Relief System in Victoria

The Open Food Network Turns 10

The Open Food Network Turns 10

The Open Food Network has turned 10! Did you know that there are now more than 20 Open Food Network instances around the world, or that this year $12M USD of local food has been purchased on our platform?

Project update: building strong Victorian regional food economies

Project update: building strong Victorian regional food economies

Disruptions to food supply in 2020 highlighted the importance of Community Food Enterprises (CFEs) as they maintained food security for their communities. For many enterprises, it felt like a window of opportunity to connect with consumers who were being awakened to...

Webinar Series: Like Peeling an Onion

Webinar Series: Like Peeling an Onion

EventWebinar SeriesAre you looking for ways to improve your enterprise but don't know where to start? Do you want to hear and learn from other food businesses about their experiences? An open invitation to all farmers, buying groups, food hubs and more to join our...

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