“We know enough to make food how it is supposed to be; nurturing, uniting and simply better – for everything. The EAT-Lancet states it is possible in theory. And together we can make it a reality.”

    – Gunhild Stordalen, Founder & Executive Chair, EAT Forum

After 3 years of collaboration and research, the landmark EAT-Lancet Commission Report Our Food in the Anthropocene: Healthy Diets from Sustainable Food Systems launched in January, prompting conversations around the world, with coverage in over 5,000 independent media articles. The Report is a major contribution to science, outlining for the first time global dietary recommendations that support the health and prosperity of both people and planet.

What does the Report mean for you? From city dwellers to farmers; healthcare professionals to the food service industry; policymakers to the wider public, you can find summaries of the key takeaways and recommended actions for different stakeholders here.

To complement these, WBCSD has created a one-page summary of what the Report means for businesses in the food and land use sector, as the first in a series of short briefs looking at different aspects of the value chain.

Meanwhile, the EAT-Lancet Commission continues its series of launches with regional partners. For a comprehensive list of events, visit the website

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