This chapter will explore two key areas. Firstly, we complete our examination of food democracy in action (See Chap. 4, Fig. 4.1) and explore how food democracy operates in practice more broadly such as alliances, movements and advocacy structures. Then, we examine the politics of transforming the food supply, reflecting on the nature of democratic citizenship and the practical strategies that foster it. At the individual, household and community level, there is a degree of control consumers can exert, for example by making individual choices about where they buy food. But does food democracy have further potential to exert influence more widely? What are the possibilities for transformative food system action on a bigger scale?