A system in Freiburg aims to eliminate single-use coffee cups through the introduction of a reusable cup, accepted town-wide.
Young and old share meals in the school canteen, open up each other’s worlds in the process, and engage in communal activities.
This initiative motivates seniors to reconsider their relationship with food, educates them about nutritional values, promotes cooking, and brings people together for many events, with the aim of fighting malnutrition and its effects on senior citizens.
Growing edible plants in public parks and green spaces makes this town’s community, in front of the Gates of Paris, more enjoyable, sustainable, and connected.
This project in Milan represents ‘a meal across generations’ as senior citizens share their lunchtime with schoolchildren, increasing social cohesion.
The Municipality of Metamorphosis is combating food waste through the redistribution of unused food to different local charities.
This is the supermarket where the notion of “eating local” finds its most accomplished form of expression; behind each product offered for sale there is a producer who commits himself and is present in the shop in direct contact with consumers.
An online platform creates traceable supply chains from farmers, food crafters, and retail stores to restaurants.
This initiative is about sharing a public meal as part of a quarterly event, where citizens and politicians come together to cook, eat, and discuss.
A sustainable food system in the Brussels Capital Region encourages the growing of local foods and promotes the reduction of food waste by involving a variety of stakeholders.
A programme in Falun, Sweden, inspires future chefs with organised competitions and motivates them to take on the profession.
Sugar Smart Bristol helps citizens become aware of their own sugar consumption, hidden sugars in foods, and how to make healthier choices.
One community fridge saves 90,000 food items per year from being wasted whilst providing a unique opportunity for social connections to form.
Participative democracy supports a shift towards intellectual autonomy, energy independence, and food sovereignty in this locality.
An orchard and greenhouse provides fresh, healthy, and environmentally friendly fruit and vegetables for children.
A simple cooking app for people with mental impairments helps them prepare their own meals to strengthen their self-esteem.
Ground-breaking public-private partnership scheme supports local restaurants through the Corona crisis, while providing home-schooled pupils with alternative school canteen lunches.