Achieving food sustainability is a complex and multifaceted challenge that requires collaboration across sectors, including government, industry, academia, and consumers. Many initiatives and organizations worldwide are working toward developing and promoting sustainable food systems to address the challenges of the present and build a more resilient and equitable future.


The Campus Resource Generation Management Office of Isabela State University Roxas Campus is motivated to address food sustainability as well as Income generation of the Campus. The journey of ISU Roxas poultry products is a local symphony. The eggs and meat don’t travel thousands of miles; they simply journey from the Campus to local markets and communities. This not only supports the local economy but also connects consumers to the source, fostering a sense of community and trust. ISU Roxas’s poultry products are not just about filling plates; they are about filling hearts with the knowledge that every meal is a step towards a more sustainable and harmonious world.

In summary, the importance of food sustainability lies in its potential to address environmental challenges, promote economic viability, foster social equity, and ensure the health and well-being of current and future generations. It is a holistic approach that recognizes the interconnectedness of ecological, social, and economic systems in the context of food production and consumption.