Food ethics is an interdisciplinary field of inquiry that addresses moral issues focused on the production, distribution, consumption and disposal of food. Global food ethics approaches these issues from a broad geographical perspective, going beyond the personal, local, regional and national to consider relevant parties and places on an international scale. This chapter highlights contributions to global food ethics from feminists working within bioethical and environmental ethics traditions. Topics include the central role of women within food systems, the ways women are disproportionately harmed by said systems, responsibility and autonomy in relation to food choice and related health outcomes, and the role of conceptual critique in improving women’s lives in relation to food.