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Mission:FoodPossible

"...might have the answer to the world's hunger problem." Forbes Magazine

Train. Empower. Sustain.

Mission:FoodPossible (M:FP) was created to combat global hunger, promote food security and reduce food waste.


According to a recent report from the United Nations, 815 million people are currently hungry, 66 million primary school-age children attend classes hungry and 2 billion people are expected to be undernourished by 2050.


M:FP's comprehensive program was designed to train, empower and sustain communities. Utilizing our proprietary Most Valuable Produce (MVP) scoring tool that determines a community's most critical indigenous produce for hunger alleviation, we develop unique, interactive 2-day training modules that focus on food security, food preparation and food safety.


We currently have two tracks: Community Food Security and School Food Security.

Our Pillars

Mission:FoodPossible's three pillars are key to the eradication of hunger and food insecurity.

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TRAIN The Community

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EMPOWER The Community

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SUSTAIN The Community

"Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family." Kofi Annan

Our chef-led, interactive training gives participants the knowledge they need to identify when they or members of their community are experiencing food insecurity and provides them with effective and accessible tools to become food secure. M:FP trainees include kitchen staff from schools, parents and members of the community.

"When we empower communities to create their own solutions, we yield results that alienating them could never achieve."  Peter Ivey

Once we have identified a community’s Most Valuable Produce (MVP) to achieve food security, we train the leaders and feeders of those communities about food security, food preparation and food safety. Participants are empowered to create innovative and healthy dishes, using the foods they know and love, for themselves, their families and their communities. Recipes, creative tools and tips are provided.

"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." African Proverb

Although grounded in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) #2, Zero Hunger, M:FP addresses 5 of the 17 SDGs. From No Poverty to Quality Education, Mission:FoodPossible stimulates the agricultural industry by emphasizing the tenet: eat what you grow. For many participants, the M:FP training is the first step in the acquisition of relevant skills required for the culinary field. The MVP scoring tool has proven to be a useful guide in enabling the responsible consumption of indigenous produce and reducing food waste.

Next Mission:FoodPossible

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October 2019

Portland, Jamaica is famous for being lush and tropical with beautiful beaches, caves and rivers. It is also well-known for breadfruit. As one of Portland's MVPs, breadfruit takes centre stage as Mission:FoodPossible goes to Buff Bay Primary School, Skibo Primary School, Charles Town Primary School and Bybrook Primary School this October.