Main Article Content
Food security is defined as the availability of food in sufficient quantity and quality, distributed at affordable prices and safe for every citizen to support their daily needs at all times is also intended for farmers participating in land consolidation. Land consolidation is a policy of restructuring tenure and land use to improve environmental quality and the aintenance of natural resources by involving community participation. The research aims to find out (1) the level of food security of the farm households, (2) the level of diversification of food consumption, and (3) factors that influence the food security of the farm household of land consolidation participants in Sukoharjo Regency. The location of the study was determined by purposive sampling in Dalangan Village, Tawangsari District, Sukoharjo Regency.The selection of respondents was determined by a simple random sampling of 60 farmers participating in land consolidation. To determine the level of food security the Jonsson and Toole method was used. The level of diversification was analyzed by using the entropy method, and the factors that influence food security were analyzed by multiple linear regression. The results showed that the level of food security of farm households of land consolidation participants in Sukoharjo Regency was in the category of lack of food (76.7%). The level of food diversification of farm households of land consolidation participants in Sukoharjo Regency has not been completely diversified. Factor that increase the amount of food expenditure is the number of family members, while factors that decrease the amount of food expenditure are food diversification, the number of school children, and mother's education. Factors that increase the number of energy sufficiency are cooking oil price, mother's education, and menu variations, while factors that reduce the energy sufficiency rate are food diversification and the number of family members.