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Good food is everything

The future of the world depends on good food. It’s that simple.

Good food keeps us healthy. It helps us reach our potential. It strengthens our communities, powers our economies, and protects our planet.

But not everyone gets good food every day – and the way we produce and market food is harming our environment. This has to change.

Now is the time to act

That’s why the UN Secretary-General has called for the historic, first ever Food Systems Summit this year.

We’re bringing together everyone – farmers, Indigenous Peoples, young people and citizens from across the globe – to carve a path to a world where good food for all is a reality.

We need a world where good food is affordable and accessible – where governments and businesses work together to provide it – and where farmers in every country grow food in a way that protects the planet.

Everyone everywhere will need to come together and drive bold actions to make the changes our world so desperately needs. So join us, and take your first action...



"We must lean into our hopes and work together in ambitious ways to put the world on a better path."

AGNES KALIBATA, UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy to the Food Systems Summit

Inspiring action

Join us in inspiring action

What does good food mean to you? Perhaps it’s special moments with the ones you love, a treasured childhood memory, or a traditional recipe handed down for generations. Tell us today by recording and sharing a video with #GoodFood4All.

Share your story

Do good. Get involved!

Good Food For All Star Ingredient


What is your star ingredient?

Beans and eggs. Two everyday ingredients – but both have an extraordinary power.

That’s because they’re both examples of good food. They’re accessible to people worldwide, they’re nutritious, and they’re full of potential – they bring people together, and they fuel our futures.

Our two beautiful new films tell that story. Beans and eggs are just two of the world’s star ⭐️ ingredients – what are yours? Tell us on social media and tag #GoodFood4All.

Download the two films from Trello and share

Good Food For All Sustainable Sundays


Sustainable Sundays

Following the first-ever UN Food Systems Summit, how will you continue to act for better food systems? Join #SustainableSundays by gathering with your friends and family for a healthy climate-friendly meal each week. From visiting your local farmers to trying out new delicious recipes, find inspiration in this Step- By-Step Guide.

Be sure to also use #GoodFood4All and tag on Twitter @FoodSystems, Facebook @UNFoodSystems, Instagram @UNFoodSystems, and @Upworthy.

Help us spread the word to others with the campaign's social media materials here.

Download the easy step-by-step guide

Good Food For All Watch and Do Party


Summit Watch and Do Parties

Bring your community together and host a Good Food For All – Watch and Do Party during the UN Food Systems Summit on 23 September 2021. How? Create an online meeting using your favourite platform and stream the morning’s People’s Plenary or another Summit session throughout the day. You can also share your thoughts and reactions through the Summit's virtual platform chat tool. Camera shy? No problem! Organise a group chat to share live commentary and reactions with your networks instead. Stay tuned for programme updates here and get your invitations out!

Start planning here

Food Systems Hero


Become a Food Systems Hero

We need people like you to become a Food Systems Hero and commit to learning, sharing, gathering and acting for food systems transformation.

Ahead of the Summit, we'll send you ways to get your community involved in the global movement for safe, sustainable and equitable food systems.

Check out the thousands of Food Systems Heroes from over 185 countries who are advocating in their local communities and beyond here.

Sign up

Good Food For All photo competition


Photography Competition

The Good Food For All Photography Competition, in support of the UN Food Systems Summit, was launched in early 2021 by Where The Leaves Fall, the Chefs’ Manifesto, the UN World Food Programme & OmVed Gardens. The Photo Competition tells stories of good food for all that go beyond the plate – stories of different elements of our food systems, from resilience to creativity, from innovation to love. Creating windows into our food systems, photographers from around the world submitted images speaking to the Summit’s five Action Tracks and capturing intimate moments of our communities coming together around good food in powerful and beautiful ways.

Explore the winning entries and be inspired

FoodXFilm Festival


FoodxFilm Festival

Brought to you by the Rockefeller Foundation, the 2021 FoodxFilm Festival seeks to transform food systems for everyone, everywhere through film and story. Kicking off on 26 September 2021 for a three day event, the Festival will bring people together from all over the world to celebrate the people and global food cultures working to make food systems change by sharing their stories. In support of Good Food For All and the UN Food Systems Summit, and open to all, the Festival aims to design a platform that shares the voices of the next generation of food systems stewards, and centres voices that have traditionally been muted in food justice, and to motivate our audience to take action to create more just and equitable food systems.

Register here

Stay up to date on Twitter

People around the world have come together to share their voices on why #GoodFood4All is important for people and planet.


Gerda Verburg, Coordinator of SUN Movement

“Good Food means nutritious food that is healthy, tasty, produced in a nature-friendly way by farmers, fishers folks or food producers who got a decent price for their product.”


Chef Jose Andres

“Good Food means nutritious meals prepared with empathy and respect, and deliver like a plate of hope to people in a moment of need.”


Shakuntala Thilsted, World Food Prize Laureate

“Good Food means a plate of tasty, diverse foods.”


Giuseppe Sala, Mayor of Milan, Italy

“Good Food means feeding our citizens meals that are good to our health and the planet.”


Chinaza, Nigeria & Tshering, Bhutan

“Good Food is safe and wholesome. Food that is sustainably produced and nourishes our health.”


Albert, Nigeria

“Good Food means the accessibility to adequate quantities of nutritious and safe foods that are sustainably produced and responsibly consumed in a manner that ensures the most minimal wastage possible.”



"Good Food is embracing diversity and introducing a culture of empowerment while rethinking our habits through the perspective of true cost and affordability of food."



"Good Food means no one is experiencing hunger and no one is being left behind."