Cat Green is a local community facilitator, who has been bringing The People’s Food Plan to citizens all around South East Queensland in 2012 and 2013.
Food Green Paper fails industry analysis test Nov. 29, 2012 By Patrick Francis This article first appeared on the blog of farmer Patrick Francis, and is reproduced here with his permission. For the original article please click here. Patrick is proprietor of Moffitts Farm, which is described in the following way: At Moffitts Farm we […]
LEVELS OF DUOPOLY CONCENTRATION ARE EXCESSIVE A large majority of Australians — 75% – believe that the dominant share of the domestic grocery market held by Coles and Woolworths, Australia’s largest supermarkets, is excessive. The supermarket duopoly controls 70-80% of the domestic food retail market. “These findings confirm the widespread unease amongst the Australian public […]
A BETTER FOOD PLAN — BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE The People’s Food Plan Working Paper was launched Saturday, 16th February 2013, at Sydney Town hall, immediately prior to the appearance of self-appointed ‘heretic’ US farmer, Joel Salatin. Launching the second iteration of the Food Plan, family farmer and President of the Australian Food […]
Fair food from field to fork THE BETTER FOOD PLAN The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance (AFSA) is launching the next stage in the People’s Food Plan process at 10.00 am, 16th February at Sydney Town Hall. The People’s Food Plan presents a common-sense and achievable vision for fair food that places the soil and land, […]