By Tim Prewitt, President & CEO of The Hunger Project

This year, the world is coming together to chart a path toward a more sustainable and equitable food system — a system that can meet the demands of our ever-growing population and is resilient to environmental shocks.

Having spent my career working on food systems, I can easily say that never before have we seen such an outpouring of global engagement on this important topic. Typically, conversations about improving food systems focus on complex, commercial agricultural systems, delivering products from farm to table, often across borders. …

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