The WFPC looks at the connection points across critical elements of the global food systems such as hunger and malnutrition; obesity and diet-related disease; agriculture and the environment; and food safety and food defense, in order to create real-world policy solutions.
Our strategic research process begins with identifying critical multi-stakeholder problems and convening change agents and those affected by the problems. From such convenings, we gain insight that frames our research agenda.
Our goal is to harness research, create an evidence base, and collaborate with policymakers and institutions to improve practices and policies that affect our food system, with a focus on low-income, marginalized communities.
We believe such work will drive positive impact on public health, the environment, economic development, and social/cultural traditions.