Iceland: Iceland Launches its First Comprehensive Food Policy

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In December 2020, the Government of Iceland presented its first comprehensive Food Policy. The policy aims to ensure food security, sustainability, and efficiency, and extends to the year 2030. It lays out actionable items to improve national food security, consumer protection, marketing rules, etc. The strategy focuses on five specific areas: value creation, consumers, image and (food) security, the environment and climate, and public health.

Iceland: Iceland Launches its First Comprehensive Food Policy

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