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RUAF and the F&BKP

The RUAF Foundation, supported by the F&BKP, undertook a study in order to better analyse the role of the private sector in building more sustainable city region food systems.

About RUAF

RUAF is a global partnership on sustainable Urban Agriculture and Food Systems. The current members of the RUAF Partnership are a mix of municipalities, research institutes, and NGO’s.

RUAF is a not-for-profit organization registered in the Netherlands and in operation since 1999 that seeks to contribute to the development of sustainable cities by facilitating awareness raising, knowledge generation and dissemination, capacity development, policy design, and action planning regarding resilient and equitable urban food systems.

For more information, visit the RUAF website.

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