Impact measurement and reporting
Measuring impact supports value chain actors and their partners in gaining insight into the effects of business activities on people and planet. Creating sustainable and resilient food systems requires transparency on value chains and knowledge on opportunities for change.
Impact management and strategy
To achieve the Impact Economy, the world must transition towards sustainable food systems. All along the value chain, respect for planetary boundaries and workers’ rights should be embedded in food production. Future-proof food systems require value chain actors to develop and execute business strategies using impact information. Integrating impact information in decision-making enables the transition towards food systems which are efficient, just and environmentally friendly.
Fair working conditions
We ensure meeting the criterias of human rights at work; no use of child labour, farmer’s receive a fair income and living wages, gender equality is met, and health and safety is guaranteed.
Biodiversity and soil health
In all the work that we do, we consider biodiversity. The health of the soil is also one of our key focus areas. We pay attention to land and water use, themes around agri-food and regenerative farming.
Sustainable protein production
Alternative proteins are key to sustainable food systems, and that is why we focus on the production of alternative proteins in the food transition. Animal welfare is also equally important to us.
Healthy and nutritious diets
As part of our focus we want to ensure food is grown, produced and distributed in a way that supports global food security. Part of that mission is to look at the status of healthy and affordable diets.
Partnerships & Clients
The True Value of Food Initiative (TVFI) was launched at the United Nations Food Systems Summit (UNFSS) in 2021 by, among other stakeholders, Impact Institute, True Price Foundation and the UNFSS Scientific Group, and is allied to the UN Food Systems Coordination Hub.
The main objective is to unlock the potential of the True Value of Food for governments, businesses, investors, and consumers by providing them with a new economic basis for decision-making
The Global Partnership on True Price of Food (GPTPF) enables actors in the food sector to embrace and apply true pricing on a large scale. The goal is to provide governments and businesses with the tools they need to make healthy, sustainable and affordable food available for all through true pricing.
Living income assessment of ivorian cocoa farmers
Fairtrade International wanted to measure farmer household income and living income of Fairtrade certified cocoa farmers.
The true price of dutch bread
In 2018, Bakkerij van Vessem wanted to have more insight into the true costs of their ‘Hollandsch Brood’.
Impact of the living income for cocoa farmers in Côte d’Ivoire
This report, commissioned by seven companies in the cocoa value chain, outlines the calculations and difference between living income and…
External costs of animal sourced food in the EU
Commissioned by Eurogroup for Animals, this study is on the externalities attributed to current value chains of EU production and…