Young aspiring entrepreneurs and sustainable diet enthusiasts of all ages are invited to imagine a more generous future of food on 28 September 2021 in an interactive, online World Food Forum (WFF) Masterclass with Iseult Ward.
Our team of
independent and diverse judges had the difficult job to narrow it all
down to just 6 finalists who showed an impressive awareness to agrifood
systems and the 2022 theme of the World Food Forum, “Healthy Diets
Are you an amateur or professional video maker with a youthful mind? Do you want to take part in the transformation of our agri-food systems? The new Actors4Change Social Media Challenge is now live. We want to feature the unique and sustainable agrifood systems.
Are you a young filmmaker that wants to tell the world stories that will inspire behavioural change and play an essential role in transforming our agri-food systems? Now is the time to submit your short film!
Now is the time to submit your short film! We are looking for inspiring stories, both fiction and non-fiction, that will trigger a positive impact in the areas of food security, nutrition, gastronomy and more to facilitate agrifood systems transformation. This year’s special award is centered around the 2022 theme: Healthy Diets. Healthy Planet.
World Pulses Day: WFF Champion Mariah Gladstone on the importance of Indigenous knowledge for the future of pulses
Mariah Gladstone is the founder of Indigikitchen, an online cooking show that tries to breathe new life into Indigenous People’s food traditions. With her approach to sustainable diets, making use of pulses and other ancestral foods, Mariah became a WFF Champion.
World Food Forum opens to galvanize youth engagement, science and innovation and investment in transforming agrifood systems
Aimed at galvanizing change to how our food is produced, delivered and consumed and mitigating a growing global food crisis, a youth-driven World Food Forum opened today.
The World Food Forum Culture Track together with Extreme Tech Challenge present the 2022 Sustainable Gastronomy Day Celebration! Over two events, we will bring together chefs and innovative startups with sustainability at heart for a cooking class and fascinating conversation on how they’re both fighting to decrease food waste in their industries.
Las juventudes rurales siguen persistiendo e innovando en su relación con los ecosistemas y en la búsqueda de soluciones que faciliten el acceso y la gestión eficiente y sostenible de los recursos naturales en los territorios rurales.
With the COVID-19 pandemic signaling a historic moment to build transformative resilience across our health, food and ecosystems, the momentum to strengthen a One Health approach is gaining greater political and stakeholder traction.
The Social Gastronomy Movement's Annual Summit brings stakeholders from across sectors in borders for a sprint of collective action, local community dialogue, global exchange, and connection around food.
A youth-driven World Food Forum today wrapped up five days of intensive dialogue, networking and investment pitching aimed at addressing the world’s growing food crisis.
The World Food Forum and the Social Gastronomy Movement join together for Hunger Action Month with the Universal Plate, a global campaign with the goal of sharing millions of meals
The FAO World Food Forum and the Social Gastronomy Movement (SGM) announce their collaboration for Hunger Action Month featuring the SGM Universal Plate Campaign.
Join Cookpad’s virtual Creative Cooking Battle Movement by participating to the call for videos on zero food waste. Upload your video on your own social media and share a link with us! Introduce preserved/canned foods and local produce, and show us footag
Are you interested in learning more about our agri-food systems and the people that work hard every day to improve and innovate the journey of our food, from farm to fork? Tune in and listen to the first season of Food for the Future Podcasts.
Washoku School Lunch Programme: passing on traditional food culture and values to children who lead the future of our food
Washoku, or traditional Japanese food, is derived from the respect for nature that Japan has inherited from ancient customs. Our mission is to teach traditional Japanese food culture to the children who will inherit it and lead the future of our food.
The first thing you see when stepping into the virtual World Food Forum (WFF) exhibition is a work titled “Self Preservation”, a digital print by the young Russian artist Natalya Perova
Calling all young dancers, musicians and singers in Africa, we need your help! Join the WFF “Afrobeat for better production, nutrition, environment and life” awareness-raising campaign. Apply now or nominate someone you know To support the World Food Forum.
The World Food Forum (WFF) together with Extreme Tech Challenge (XTC) will present the 2022 Sustainable Gastronomy Day Celebration on 18 June 2022! Over two live Zoom events, they will bring together chefs and innovative startups with sustainability at he
The WFF and the Social Gastronomy Movement observe #HungerActionMonth and share over 71 million meals
From 1 September to 16 October, the Social Gastronomy Movement collaborated with the World Food Forum to observe #HungerActionMonth.