Sadly this year’s EAT event in Stockholm couldn’t take place but thankfully, over 1,700 people tuned in for an online event to discuss how to re-imagine food systems post COVID-19, with an emphasis on driving action. Highlighting the critical need and unique opportunity for food system transformation in the wake of the pandemic, a global audience took part in a wide-ranging interactive conversation on the challenges of this moment, the future of our food systems, and how to drive #FoodSystemsAction. Hosted in conjunction with the Rockefeller Foundation, it also provided an opportunity to showcase some of the semi-finalists in the Food Systems Vision competition, including Food Made Good Hong Kong with an appearance from CEO, Heidi Spurrell. The full event is available to watch online.