Today, we see a paradox where on one side, we as humans, relate to and engage with food every single day. At the same time, we have never connected with and understood our food less than we do today.
We see a food industry, food systems and a food culture which have all become obscure and very difficult to deal with. The links between soil, producers, produce, and consumers have become blurred by industrialized processes and commercial interests. Oftentimes, this can make it seem impossible to imagine what a sustainable, responsible, and transparent food culture actually is, and more importantly, how one can be involved in it and thereby contribute to positive change as a consumer.
With The Preserve Journal, we wish to highlight all those blurred links stretching all the way from the soil to our plates. In so doing, we hope to support the explorations of the many different ways by which we can interact with our food, as well as our potential to impact change.
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