Cooking skills used to be passed down from generation to generation, but now fewer people have even the most basic of cooking skills. We need to get back to basics: cook and eat fresh, local produce; share cooking skills and food knowledge; join forces within communities and get as many people involved as possible. Food Revolution Day is a great way to share food skills, recipes, knowledge and resources, as well as a way to rally support and raise awareness. It's also a chance to join forces with local organisations, businesses and individuals in order to campaign for better food education legislation and food standards. Visit this page for key statistics and facts to see how this lack of food skills is impacting our lives and how, together, we can make a difference here.