Dutch climate policy is on the move! A draft climate agreement has been presented, a fierce political debate is raging about how to proceed, and Urgenda (a Dutch foundation pressing for a faster transition to a sustainable society) is piling on the pressure. Some are worried we are not moving fast enough, while others think it is all going much too quickly. Leaving the question of the pace of change aside, in this article we discuss a different aspect of Dutch climate policy – its scope. The current climate policy takes too narrow an approach and is missing out on opportunities. We concentrate our discussion here on the production and consumption of food, but parallels can be found in other sectors as well.