T-Grains – Transforming and growing relationships within regional food systems for improved nutrition and sustainability

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T-Grains combines a place-based approach with agricultural modelling to assess whether sustainable and nutritious diets that are socially, culturally and economically desirable can be produced within regional landscapes.

The research team works with producers, consumers and retailers to understand the impact that direct relationships between actors has on the flow of information, the building of trust, and food purchasing and consumption. This project seeks to understand how technology can catalyse these relationships to deliver healthier and environmentally sustainable diets.

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