From Ian Angus' commentary:
A key element of any ecosocialist program must be a global drive to end hunger and malnutrition, combined with a rapid shift to sustainable agriculture. To date, however, we have not carefully considered just what those transformations would involve. [Underlining provided by Lindberg]
An excellent starting point for discussions of this issue is Food in the Anthropocene, published last month in the UK medical journal The Lancet.
... The authors are clearly not socialists, but the information and analysis they provide can, I think, contribute to the development of a socialist food policy.