Social Gastronomy Hubs

What if change started with food? The Social Gastronomy Movement (SGM) is a global network of interconnected local communities that uses the power of food as a tool for social change. They cultivate connections, collaborations and partnerships that strengthen our individual and collective capacity to co-create an equitable future, inclusive society and healthy planet. Social Gastronomy works to address social inequality, to improve nutrition, and to engage people to leverage their skills for social good. It encompasses all levels of the food production chain—from sowing and harvesting crops, to preparing meals, to utilizing food waste—to create social change, transforming the lives of underprivileged populations and victims of social exclusion or marginalization.

What we love about them:

Reframing food as a social connector and providing resources to empower and connect communities, strengthening food solidarity.

Visit www.socialgastronomy.org for more information.

2 weeks ago
What a beautiful expression of solidarity and community strength! https://t.co/DiADUBIIMb
World Central Kitchen @WCKitchen
In the aftermath of a disaster, adaptation is key. This week, that meant meal delivery by wheelbarrow! Due to heavy rains, we could not drive to get meals to the community of Sandy Bay, so residents met us to pick up food & water to take back to families in need. #ChefsForSVG https://t.co/y4FtuHgiSu
2 weeks ago
We are essential parts of our food system working alongside the Earth and others for global change! https://t.co/4OGhTAKost
Paul Newnham 🇦🇺 @paulnewnham
"Food systems are bigger than what's on your plate"

Thank you DSG @AminaJMohammed for your wise words to kick off the #GlobalYouthDialogue!

#Foodsystems are critical to achieving the SDGs! #GoodFood4All https://t.co/0baKNjku0l
3 weeks ago
What an informative report! Seeing school kitchen staff and educators as 'food ambassadors' to encourage healthier eating habits is so valuable. 👩‍🏫 https://t.co/rPZvCIdEYX

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