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This tool helps to make regional organic agriculture more visible for young people and offers strategies to get more regional organic food onto their plates. It encourages closer links to regional organic farmers, the provision of educational material, and changes in the menu.
This tool shows how to make the provision of sustainable public meals more binding for public institutions by integrating adequate criteria into administrative regulation for sustainable public procurement.
This tool shows how public authorities can promote the drinking of tap water from reusable bottles. Drinking tap water saves money, supports human health, and has a positive climate impact.
Find out more about the necessary steps to develop a roadmap for sustainable school catering in this tool description.
This tool consists of various measures which help catering providers and the people working in kitchens and dining halls to take action in tackling food waste.
This tool provides a framework for setting up a school garden and it into the curriculum, providing a highly practical approach to sustainable food education.
This tool offers a participatory approach to dealing with nutrition and healthy food issues in schools. The school nutrition council involves all relevant stakeholders working together to improve school meals and increase their sustainability.
This tool suggests how young children can learn about and enjoy different types of vegetables, fruits, berries, and dishes containing them in positive and creative ways.
An important part of food waste – the plate waste – is generated during the serving and consumption of food. This tool helps with prevention of this food waste with customers.
Sustainability updates are an excellent way for canteens to present their efforts towards increasingly sustainable (public) meals, and for their customers to learn about this work.
The use of organic food may be minimal or even non-existent in public catering facilities. This tool suggests how public meal providers can start to use organic food and become supporters of this market.
Public procurement and catering organisations need to operate more sustainably. This tool is about setting up a strategy process for an organisation (business) to help find its way in terms of sustainability.
The sustainability of (public) meals is a substantial issue that has many aspects. This tool presents these aspects as strategic choices to be gradually implemented in public meals provision.
How can we get everyone in a public institution on board for more healthy food and sustainable diets? One way is to provide a training program for all interested employees that includes cooking exercises, workshops and lectures.
This tool aims at including criteria for sustainably produced palm oil in public procurement.