Food Policy

The regulatory climate is emerging as an important driver of food security.

Policy makers face complex challenges in dealing with food regulations which are often designed to protect food safety and quality, the environment and animal welfare, but not always with concern for food security.

Looking forward higher prices may/will have to be paid to achieve food security.

That’s one of the findings of the recent report produced by Wondu Business & Technology Services ( for the Australian Government (Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency) and the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility at Griffith University in Queensland.