The purpose of the global movement “Better Food for More People” and the annual World Food Summit in Copenhagen, Denmark is to unleash the full potential of gastronomy in order to create worldwide solid solutions that ensure better food for more people.
The need for strong solutions across the world is calling for action among the worlds politicians, decision makers, experts, professionals, chefs, scientist and CEO’s.
Better Food for More People and the annual World Food Summit in Copenhagen is framing that action to evolve and take place. Together with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals which involves all nations, the aim is to push forward the agenda on sustainable development within production and consumption of food and essentially healthy lives in the global society.
Better Food for More People and the annual World Food Summit were initiated at a Food Summit in Copenhagen 26 August 2016 by Danish minister for Environment and Food, Esben Lunde Larsen. A group of 120 engaged and visionary international political decision makers, industry leaders, experts and gastronomy frontrunners elaborated on new and solid solutions to ensure better food for more people in the future.