Who has funded it?

foodsource has been made possible with generous support from the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food, the Wellcome Trust, the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Jam Today, the Waste Resources Action Programme (WRAP) and the Sustainable Consumption Institute at Manchester University.

Jam Today

This is just the first iteration of foodsource – our goal is for it to be expanded and maintained as a living and growing resource. We hope you will all want to contribute with ideas for what other topics and issues we should include, as well as highlight any broken links or other glitches you may find. You can send your feedback to FCRN's Marie Persson.

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