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The Role of Current and Future Food Systems in Alleviating Food Poverty in Urban Areas – An Inclusive Food System Model

Abstract

The aim of the study is to review the current food system in the UK and measure its impact on food poverty in cities around the country. The project is also to provide a strategic and sustainable plan that can help government and other relevant stakeholders to alleviate food poverty on national, regional and individual levels.

Description

The project is funded by the Royal Agricultual University and will help understand the extent of food poverty in the UK.

Funding Body

Royal Agricultural University

Lead Organisation

Royal Agricultural University

Partners

Harper Adams University

Publications

O’Connor, N., Farag, K. and Baines R. (2016). What is Food Poverty? A Conceptual Framework. British Food Journal 118 (2)

O’Connor, N., Farag, K. and Baines R. (under review). The Extent of Food Poverty in the UK - A New Measurement Approach. Food Policy

 

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