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Food is one of the basic necessities of life: a critical resource upon which we all rely for our survival, health and well-being. Ending hunger and ensuring access to safe, nutritious and sufficient food, is a global challenge. In working to address this challenge, the geography of our food has changed a lot in recent history, with the development of new methods of food production, complex food supply chains and changing customer demands and expectations. To explore this, we team up with geographers Dr Christopher Turner, Dr Catherine Oliver and Dr Kim Ward.
Written and developed by: Christopher Turner, Catherine Oliver, Kim Ward, Harriet Ridley, Rob Parker, Tim Parker.
Videography by: Rufina Kaloyanova, Harriet Ridley, Emily Bilbie.
Two men loading hay onto a rack drawn by tractor (20886793451).jpg is licensed under CC-BY-2.0.
Meat Chickens - Make It Possible - Animals Australia by Fair Projects is licensed under CC-BY-3.0.
The Garden Common - Organic Matters - Florian Hofinger by Dean Homicki is licensed under CC-BY-3.0.
Team Invisible Foods on Generation Food | TFF 2021 Global Summit by Thought For Food is licensed under CC-BY-3.0.
Rice Farmers: An Ode To Shelley | Kellogg’s Australia by Jilvan.M is licensed under CC-BY-3.0.
Crop Rotation^ at Garlands Farm - geograph.org.uk - 188488.jpg by Glyn Baker is licensed under CC-BY-SA-2.0.
Co-op food shelves, Town, Beamish Museum 25 January 2014.jpg by Cory Doctorow is licensed under CC-BY-SA-2.0.
Kalfresh Carrots - from our paddocks to your plate by Kalfresh Vegetables is licensed under CC-BY-3.0.