Open data has the potential to improve nutrition-based research by effectively increasing the ability to access and use a greater range of data on the part of actors from a wide range of sectors. This calls for focus on a food systems approach that can help link agriculture and nutrition outcomes. All the elements and activities that relate to the production, processing, distribution, preparation and consumption of food can be drawn together
to deliver impact. At the heart of a new open data policy for nutrition is a consensus statement or charter that research funders can publicly sign up to, providing a tangible commitment that can be shared with all stakeholders.
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