Let's Food is an association created in 2017 by Anna Faucher and Louison Lançon.
From the initial Let's Food Cities project to the construction of an offer for local authorities, Let's Food aims to build innovative synergies and creative projects to accelerate the agro-ecological and food transition in France and worldwide.
Expert in public food policies and international cooperation
Anna has an initial education in Political Science and International Cooperation. After several professional experiences in international organisations (UNESCO, FAO), she decided to complete her training with a Master's degree in "Innovations and policies for sustainable food" at Montpellier SupAgro. Anna then worked for 3 years at the IUFN, which assists French local authorities in setting up territorial food projects. She carried out the diagnosis of the food system of Bordeaux and the Basque Country, and accompanied the food projects of Nantes Métropole and the Communauté d'Agglomération du Havre. She is also behind the first food policy council in France: the Advisory Council for Sustainable Food Governance led by Bordeaux Métropole.
Agricultural engineer, specialist in sustainable territorial food systems
Louison is an agronomist, specialised in agroecology (AgroSup Dijon). After various professional experiences in applied research, she decided to follow the Specialised Master's degree "Innovations and Policies for Sustainable Food" at Montpellier SupAgro. For 3 years, Louison worked at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), in the "Food for the Cities" programme. She sensitizes and accompanies local governments of Southern countries (notably Zambia and Senegal) in their transition towards sustainable and resilient territorial food systems (sustainability diagnoses, multi-stakeholder co-construction, dialogue and political advocacy).
Civic service volunteer
"Joining Let's food through an internship allows me to realize my wish to discover and implement sustainable food systems."
"Through my commitment to the association, I wish to get more involved and work for food resilience and the agro-ecological transition of territories."
Civic service volunteer
"Let's Food represents for me the opportunity to discover a global approach to studying food systems, and to make this issue a priority for public authorities."
"Completing my internship at Let's Food represents a real opportunity to raise my awareness of the food issues that are essential today to accelerate the ecological transition."
Co-founder and head of development at Fabaé - fabrique agroécologique.
Territorial economist, Lecturer at Bordeaux Sciences Agro
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Decentralized Cooperation Advisor, Territorialized Food Policies at the FAO
Graduate of IRISUP in geo-economics and risk management
Abdessalam El Khanchoufi Professor of Environment, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University of Fez, Morocco
International Relations Department, Collectivity of Corsica
Consultant, Secretary of the Milan Pact for Urban Food Policies, Office of the Mayor of Milan
Bénédicte Duchamp Consultant, Sustainable Food and Consumption Unit, Utopies
Advisor for Europe, International, food strategies and security at France Urbaine
Secretary General, Unesco Chair in World Food
Student at the University of Bordeaux Montaigne, Territorial management of sustainable development
Sustainable food consultant