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From intention to action. Multi-stakeholder recommendations for making sustainable food consumption a reality

How can we move from attitudes and intentions to action and generate behavioural change towards more sustainable food consumption in Europe? This report helps answer this question by making recommendations to various stakeholder groups on how to support sustainable consumption of food. It draws from research and insights of the latest and most compelling pieces of evidence, including those of behavioural science, aimed at supporting more sustainable and healthier diets in real-life contexts. The report is particularly targeted at policy makers at all levels (local, national, EU), civil society organisations (CSOs) and food industry and distribution actors, especially retailers and restaurants, that have a stake and are engaged in European food systems. To read more about the recommendations and how the transition towards more sustainable and healthier consumption could happen, please read the full report.