An international pact signed by 209 cities from all over the world with more than 450 million inhabitants 

current food systems are being challenged to provide permanent and reliable access to adequate, safe, local, diversified, fair, healthy and nutrient rich food for all ...cities which host over half the world population have a strategic role to play in developing sustainable food systems and promoting healthy diets...
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MERIDA AND BARCELONA NEXT MUFPP Host Cities in 2020 and 2021

Washington Dc and Mezitli have won the 2019 MPA monetary prizes

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NEW DEADLINE FOR THE CALL MUFPP HOSTING CITY – 6TH AG

The submission deadline for the call for candidacy for the 6TH MUFPP Annual Gathering has been extended to Monday 30 September 2019

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Lima, Peru, won 2018 Milan Pact Awards with Challenging Environment. Recent impacts of severe weather, earthquake and drought have brought the sustainability of the food system and the food security of Lima to a priority level. Under the leadership of the City of Lima’s Economic Development Management department, a comprehensive approach to food system governance in a large city was launched.The legal framework include policies at the city level but also aligns with the National Food Security Strategy for Peru and with the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for food security and nutrition (SDG 2), work and economic growth (SDG 8), sustainable cities (SDG 11) and responsible production and consumption (SDG 12).
Seoul, Republic of Korea, won a 2018 MPA Special mention in the category Food Supply and Distribution for its Urban Rural Coexistence Public Meal Service Project. The Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) launched an ambitious strategy to link
each of the city’s 25 urban districts with neigbhouring rural production districts in order to provide healthy food at affordable prices for public meal service while providing a good income for farmers.
Torino, Italy, won 2018 Milan Pact Awards Special Mention in the category Food Waste. the Urban Agriculture programme that aims at tackling food insecurity through the creation micro gardens in low income neighbourhoods. So far, the programme has spread to 24 districts within the city  and reached 15,000 beneficiaries.

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