Feminist food justice builds on the food sovereignty and food justice movements and aims to overcome intersectional inequities in the food system. Feminist food justice emphasizes four strategies: supporting food production at multiple scales, justice for workers beyond the farm, revaluing food work that feeds families, and providing good food for all. This article, written at the time of the global coronavirus pandemic in 2020–2021, revisits the vision for feminist food justice, discusses how it relates to the food sovereignty and food justice movements, and then reframes feminist food justice given what we have learned about global and local food systems during the pandemic.

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