The United Nations General Assembly recognized the importance of sustainable food systems in 2015 in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development by adopting SDG target 2.4, which strives to ensure sustainable food production systems by implementing resilient agricultural practices, which help maintain ecosystems and strengthen capacity. Thus, sustainable food systems are paramount in the fight to ensure planetary health and end malnutrition in all its forms. Unsustainable food systems endanger our planet and in turn, the health of the global population, requiring a sustainable approach to solve the threats against people and the planet. Universal access of “healthy and sustainable diets” recognizes the central and fundamental role of healthy diets at all stages of life, as well as the importance of sustainable environments and food systems in achieving the nutrition targets. Keeping in view of importance of Sustainable food systems in today’s era, EEI and MANAGE felt an immediate requirement to update the capacities of Extension workers on this topic who can inturn motivate farmers and implement learnings taught at EEI, Hyderabad in the rural and urban areas. Hence a 5 day Online training programme was organized from 26th to 30th April 2022. 37 number of trainees took part in the training from the states of Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, Maharastra, Tamilnadu, Odisha, Andaman and Nicobar Islands (UT) and Telangana. They belong to sectors of Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal husbandary, Agriculture and Food production. The programme was coordinated by Dr. R. Vasantha, Professor, EEI and Dr.P.L.Manohari, DD, MANAGE. The programme was fabricated with important topics such as Sustainable Livelihoods in Food Systems, Agri and Allied based Food Systems, role of Agrobiodiversity, ITKs, Natural and Urban Farming, Conventional and Alternative Food Systems, Nutri Cereals, Agri Processing and Value Chain Management and role of women entrepreneurship in attaining Nutritional and Food Security etc Speaking during the inauguration Dr. M. Jagan Mohan Reddy, Director, EEI reiterated that a sustainable food system is the one that delivers food and nutrition security to the present and future generations without compromising economic, social and environmental issues. He motivated the participants to transfer these learnings to rural and urban dwellers of their jurisdiction.