Food plays an important part in our lives, it brings whānau and communities together and is one of the key ways we share and celebrate our culture and family traditions.  In Aotearoa New Zealand, there are too many people experiencing the health and wellbeing impacts of a food system that doesn’t meet their basic needs.
Kai experiences in Te Awa Kairangi outlines what we found when we set out to explore this question with whānau and those working with our communities – ‘What can we do to make good food a reality for all of our people?
We started the journey with some existing gaps in our knowledge as well as gaps in our understanding. The rapidly changing social context that has emerged due to COVID-19 has added a renewed urgency and an opportunity to create pathways to food system sustainability and resilience. 

Read the full report and get in touch with us to share your learnings and knowledge of how we can make good food the reality.