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The publication “Food 2030-Pathways for action” guides future policy reflections relevant to Horizon Europe, the Farm to Fork strategy and European Green Deal. The publication presents 10 Pathways, which can contribute to a multi-objective food systems transformation at local, regional, national, and international levels. It also underlines that an inter- and transdisciplinary approach to research and innovation is crucial for success. These pathways aim to provide a structured basis for R&I policy and R&I areas relevant to building up Horizon Europe and future R&I programmes in Europe and beyond. The pathways represent key levers of change where R&I can have a deep and multiple impact in realising the food system vision:
PATHWAY 1 – GOVERNANCE AND SYSTEM CHANGE
PATHWAY 2 – URBAN FOOD SYSTEMS TRANSFORMATION
PATHWAY 3 – FOOD FROM THE OCEAN AND FRESHWATER RESOURCES
PATHWAY 4 – ALTERNATIVE PROTEINS AND DIETARY SHIFT
PATHWAY 5 – FOOD WASTE AND RESOURCE EFFICIENCY
PATHWAY 6 – THE MICROBIOME WORLD
PATHWAY 7 – HEALTHY, SUSTAINABLE AND PERSONALISED NUTRITION
PATHWAY 8 – FOOD SAFETY SYSTEMS OF THE FUTURE
PATHWAY 9 – FOOD SYSTEMS AFRICA
PATHWAY 10 – FOOD SYSTEMS AND DATA
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This Brief describes research priorities for transforming Food Systems in Europe.
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