153 Emma Chow and Eliot Beeby on how circular design for food is crucial for regenerating landscapes, and how large food companies can lead it
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Emma Chow and Eliot Beeby of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation Food Initiative recently published The Big Food Redesign, a report that shows how rather than bending nature to produce food, food can be designed for nature to thrive.

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Most products we buy in the supermarket come from very few large companies also known as fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG ) companies. Many FMCG companies have made big commitments about climate change and biodiversity, but are they enough? Can’t they do better?  How big are the differences between better sourcing only and actually doing full food circular redesign?

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