Hi, Itika Gupta I am so happy going through your comments. Moreso, I want to thank you for the link. I will go to it immediately as I believe it will be of immerse help going forward. For now, I believe that social and political benefits will depend on the ability of farmers to organize their food system territories into agroecology-enabling spaces. The building and protection of such spaces require agroecological actors to fight for the recognition of their rights to existence. Social movements and farmer groups do precisely this by attempting to create an enabling institutional environment and by challenging the current morale and neo-classical values. My food system vision is based on egalitarian relations to nature and others in the food system, and this requires and has a potential for fundamental transformational changes. If this vision is realized, smallholder farmers (Who are more in number) will have little or no undue influence from the conventional Agri-industrial food system. They will have a sense of empowerment and dignity, and their right to choose what to produce, how to produce, and how much to produce will be guaranteed.