Environmentally and climate-friendly food in public and private canteens: Strengthening supply and demand, making best-practice examples known

Duration September 2019 – June 2022

Project Manager Prof. Dr. Jana Rückert-John

Client Umweltbundesamt, BMU

Cooperation Partner a’verdis, corsus

The project takes up the approach stated in the National Programme for Sustainable Consumption to understand and promote sustainable nutrition as a health-promoting and ecological concept in equal measure.

First, initiatives and experiences of public and private canteens with regard to essential environmental and health aspects as well as the possibility to integrate ecologically oriented topics into sustainability contexts will be examined. This information will be used to help companies and institutions to provide health-promoting and environmentally friendly lunch.

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