The National Food Strategy published its first report of recommendations to Government last week, with a key focus on poverty and trade. The National Food Strategy is an independent review, commissioned by the UK Government, to rethink the whole food system from farm to fork. The recommendations follow a year long consultation and review, in the midst of the many challenges presented by the Coronavirus pandemic. Although the strategy will be designed for England, as food is a devolved issue, it highlights the challenges facing our food systems that are also relevant to Scotland. You can read Part One of the two-part National Food Strategy Recommendations here.