Food Systems Policy Handbook:
Food Systems and Diets: a handbook of essential policies is an accumulation of the Global Panel’s policy briefs to date and aims to provide a body of knowledge on how food systems can be transformed so they are more sustainable and provide the foods that promote healthier diets, particularly in low- and middle-income countries.

Featured articles and events

Global Panel at the UN Food Systems Summit +2 Stocktaking Moment

A side event to present analysis on different aspects of the UNFSS national commitments through the lenses of nutrition, gender and food system actions.

Roundtable: Building Resilience into the Transformation of Ghana’s Food System

On the 18th of July 2023, the Global Panel, in collaboration with its long-established and valued partners in Ghana, convened a hybrid roundtable. The event explored the challenges associated with building resilience in Ghana’s food systems.

Food Systems and Planetary Goals: Two Inseparable Policy Agendas

The brief presents evidence to show how food systems have no viable future without delivering on climate change and planetary goals.

9th Annual Panel Meeting

The Global Panel held its 9th annual meeting at St Georges, Windsor Castle in mid-February discussing the progress of the Panel in last year and the potential for influencing key forthcoming international policy fora.

Global Panel’s Foresight report 'Future Food Systems:
For people, our planet, and prosperity'

Published in September 2020, the report distils the latest scientific and policy expertise on transforming food systems, so they deliver healthy diets for all and operate sustainably, within planetary boundaries. 

Global Panel outputs

In this section you can read and download the Global Panel briefs and reports:

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About the Global Panel

The Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition works with international, multi-sector stakeholders, to help governments in low- and middle-income countries develop evidence-based policies that make high-quality diets safe, affordable and accessible.



The Global Panel provides policy leadership to maximise the contribution of agriculture and food systems
to improve nutrition and health outcomes in low- and middle-income countries.

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