We help food systems thrive

Our social enterprise consultancy helps build thriving food systems.

Our social enterprise consultancy offers a range of services that help power a better, fairer food system. Alongside our software platform, it’s how we help you build a thriving food system.

Our team has a broad range of skills and experience. Ask us if you think we might be able to help you in some way! We also firmly believe that mutual support is what’s needed to build a better food system – we’re into collaborating and strengthening the efforts of others, not competing. Let us know if there’s a project you think we should work together on.

What people say about working with us

Working with Open Food Network has been an absolute pleasure. They brought enormous energy, creativity, intellectual clout and helpful challenge and critique to our project. They have helped us to think through complex problems and find ways forward despite considerable uncertainty, and have delivered high quality work.

They have a wealth and depth of knowledge about agriculture, environment and food systems that was brought to bear in our project. They also have the rare quality of being able to zoom between the micro detail, including highly technical and scientific detail, and the big picture, and this enables them to provide extremely good strategic advice. They are also very flexible and highly committed to meeting deadlines. I would not hesitate to recommend them.

Eli Court

ClimateWorks

Can we help?

Have an idea, a project or a question? Want help using the Open Food Network software?  Get in touch and find out how we can help you with it.

Join us

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Open Food Network is a free and open source software platform. Our content is licensed with CC BY-SA 3.0 and our code with AGPL 3.

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Open Food Network respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of the unceded lands on which we meet, work and live. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging and acknowledge their deep spiritual relationship to country.

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