Sustainability database



From field to fork, its production, distribution and consumption impacts the daily lives of people all over the world.

As populations continue to grow and our climate continues to change, food and delivering food security become issues increasingly worthy of deeper investigation.

Food@Manchester was created to celebrate the breadth of disciplinary and inter-disciplinary activity at The University of Manchester around the subject of what we grow, what we eat, how we eat it and the subsequent effect on business, society and the environment.

Few universities can match Manchester’s extensive range of world-class food-related research that draws together experts in the fields of biology, ecology, social science, innovation, policy, energy, climate change, economics, psychology, medicine and engineering.

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