Food insecurity and undernourishment is a large problem in Zambia, exacerbated by mono-crop diets. A lack of information for consumers on the benefits of a diverse, sustainable diet has contributed to a lack of diversification along the food supply chain. CUTS Lusaka’s project seeks to speed up the process of changing consumption pagerns through generational knowledge sharing. Communities will develop and distribute a recipe booklet and an inter-generational school food fair will be organised where recipes will be shared and cooked. These activities aim to encourage diet diversification and the diversification at production level for joint environmental and health benefit.