By 2030, we will have:
- A national food strategy that joins up trade, food, farming and health policies to deliver on population health and environmental outcomes. Support for less and better meat and dairy featuring as a key component.
- Sustainable and healthy food-based dietary guidelines which act as a reference point across all levels of government, from local to national.
- Public procurement that delivers food consistent with the dietary guidelines with a focus on more plants and less and better meat and dairy.
- Good access to a healthy sustainable diet for everyone, including those on low incomes.
Government actions to get us there
Deliver a cross-departmental food and farming strategy
Sustainable and healthy dietary guidelines underpin all policy development
Normalise sustainable diets through public procurement
Mainstream progress in school food
Rebalance agricultural policy towards plant production and better meat and dairy
Develop an integrated land-use plan
Local authorities improve access to fruit and vegetables
Make vegetables and better meat affordable
Assess future trade deals for their impact on human health and the environment