The key to running a sustainable, long-term community food enterprise is simplicity. The Edithvale Community Greengrocer (Edigrocer) is an inspiration when considering what a community food enterprise can achieve. Since we last spoke to…
We are proud to announce the launch of our 2022 Annual Report. This year has been one of our most exciting, impactful, and also challenging years to-date as an organisation. The food enterprises we work with have been stretching, flexing and adapting…
Our hearts go out to all those that have been affected by the flooding events that have recently impacted many regions and communities across Australia. Flooding has affected many of key agricultural regions, and this will no doubt have a ripple effect on our food...
After five and a half wonderful years, our food systems extraordinaire, Jen Sheridan is stepping back from Open Food Network. We want to extend a huge thank you to Jen. It is hard to imagine where we would be without her heroic contribution to the Open Food Network, both in Australia and with our global movement.
Our food system accounts for between 33 -42% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Here are some ways that farmers, producers, governments and consumers can contribute to a healthier and more environmentally sound food system.
Do you already have an Open Food Network listing? By optimising it, you can convert a higher number of site visitors to customers, and even help them connect with your other marketing channels. Convert more visitors to customers with these four, easy to implement tips.
Do you have an Open Food Network listing? Get found in more searches through the Open Food Network with these three simple tips.
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Reports in the Open Food Network are about to undergo the first part of a massive overhaul. Find out about the changes here.
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!
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