Webinar: Improving the accessibility of sustainably-produced foods in Canada


Key Findings of a Food Secure Canada Research Project

June 10, 12:00pm to 1:00pm EST

Interest in sustainably-produced foods has grown exponentially in recent decades. Food Secure Canada has conducted a study called, “Sustainable Consumption For All” (April 2018 - March 2019) to better understand the barriers Canadians living on low-incomes face in accessing sustainably-produced food. The study was funded by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada. The project utilized key informant interviews, focus groups with people living on low-income, and a nation-wide survey. Key research findings were presented, future research questions were explored, and followed by an interactive discussion about the project.

Webinar was hosted in English.

Presenter: Desré Kramer, Lead Researcher for the Food Secure Canada Research Project “Sustainable Consumption for All”

Facilitator: Jennifer Reynolds, Program Manager, Food Secure Canada



See the slides here

See the research report on focus groups by Dr Kramer

Mon, 2019/06/10 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm