SDG 2 “no hunger” of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Hunger and malnutrition persist in many countries of the Global South producing agricultural commodities for global markets. The Food Security Standard helps companies involved in such agricultural production chains to fulfil their social responsibilities.
Team and Partners
The Food Security Standard and its approach will be continuously further consulted through a multi-stakeholder process, involving representatives of the private sector, the research sector, civil society, development organizations, sustainability certification schemes and administrations.
Farmers, workers and local communities are food secure.
Producer of agricultural goods comply with the human right to food.
Retailer demonstrate due diligence in food security.
Consumers can opt for products that are also sustainable regarding food security.
FSS Stakeholder Workshop zum Thema: Menschenrechtliche Risiken in Agrarlieferketten erkennen und adressieren
This flyer contains the FSS solutions and tools as well as the services that the FSS can offer.
The first online event of our FSS Due Diligence Webinar Series on 29th November 2022 explores how the FSS tools can be used to identify human rights risks within a thorough Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD) management system