Miller Research is working with the Welsh Government to test and gain insights on a newly developed ‘systems map’ for the Welsh food system.

Once finalised, this map will provide a solid foundation for shaping the future of food policy in Wales. Specifically, this map will help to inform the development of the Community Food Strategy in Wales – which aims to encourage the production and supply of locally-sourced food in Wales.

To test the map and support its development, we will be running a series of online workshops covering a range of themes including:

  • The commercial food system
  • Public health, diet, and socio-economic inequalities
  • Food security, the environment and climate change
  • Community food systems

Tuesday 23rd & 30th May - 6pm, Active food citizens, volunteers, non-commercial growers

Wednesday 24th May - 10am, Related  third sector organisations (environmental stakeholders)

Wednesday 24th May - 2pm, Food-based third sector organisations

Thursday 25th & Wednesday 31st May - 6pm, Farming Unions

Thursday 1st June - 10am, Private sector stakeholders

Thursday 1st June - 2pm, Public sector stakeholders

Wednesday 31st May - 2pm, & Tuesday 6th June - 6pm, Horticulture production stakeholders


If you work in, or are passionate about any of these areas – please send a message registering your interest to join us via or click here for more information on taking part.

Workshops are expected to run throughout May and June, and will be capped at a maximum of participants to ensure that everyone in each group can be heard.


CFS Workshop Flyer


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