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“Relationships aren’t everything,
they’re the only thing.”

- David Plummer

Progress update

The Green Paper has been published

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We believe in the potential of the food system to solve the world’s most intractable problems,
from hunger and poverty to the economy and the environment.

Our work focuses on unlocking this potential.

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We work throughout the food system with individuals, farmers, producers, agri food companies, development organisations, governments and investors.

We help our clients build the capacity and capabilities they need to grow, and to drive growth, development and impact through everything they do.

This means we do everything from recruitment to projects, strategic advisory to innovation and growth consulting.

The food system needs to be redesigned from the ground up, so we have initiated a process to bring together the world’s leading thinkers and doers; farmers and farmer organisations, academics, universities, companies, investors and organisations whose vision and passion we share.

The process has begun by coalescing all of what we already know to articulate the business case for a redesign of the food system from the ground up in the form of a green paper.

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Photo by Seth Doyle on Unsplash

We believe the case is clear, comprehensive, coherent and compelling, and that a redesigned food system changes everything for everyone.

This is a bold statement, but it is both true and supported. The Green Paper is an invitation to the most pressing and urgent conversation of our time.

The process

Three years of asking, “Why?”

The Green Paper has been published. Read it here

White Paper to establish the foundations and create the platform

The Redesign Process 100% open, transparent, inclusive, democratic, non hierarchical, local and contextual

To produce your “Blueprint” and roadmap

About us

We know that things happen, or don’t, because of the people involved. We also know that what we do, why we do it, how we do it and who we do it for are all both deeply personal and highly contextual. Finally, we know that the best context for anything is a relationship that is built on trust. This is why we say that “relationships aren’t everything, they’re the only thing”.