Whether you are reading this from within India or abroad, financially supporting our heroic frontline workers and the numerous volunteers that are filling the gaps in India’s fight against COVID, seems like the simplest thing we can do right now.
Food and eating have changed so much for all of us. There’s a renewed focus on comfort, health. But there are many heartwarming stories of solidarity through the community, with a side of kadak chai.
Hello, We thrive because we are inspired,By each other leading the way,By those on the frontlines of the farmers’ protests,By those bent backs in the field all day, By those making a mark for themselves,In […]
The data is terrifying. The inequalities are obscene. The imbalances in India’s cereal economy only look to perpetuate the paradox of “hunger amidst plenty”.
We’re a stronger collective now than we have ever been and are looking forward to kickstarting some exciting projects with our community in 2021.
Food is power. And so, more power to you in 2021. More power towards building a better food system, together.
Thousands of Indian farmers from different parts of the country march to Delhi, continuing to protest against the farm bills. Some resources below break down the issue in detail and shine more light on the issues.
The pandemic is having a visible strain on the most vulnerable in our communities. Why is this question of access important?
We’re shaping Edible Issues to be a collective which collaborates with multiple people in their own fields to work towards a larger change.
One change that we have definitely seen in the last few months is the increase in the number of conversations we are having about food and the food system.