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Crosscutting Managers

“Crosscutting Managers” play a key role in Food Trails. Find out who they are and what they do!

Indicators for monitoring the progress and impact of food system actions

How can we monitor the progress and impact of food system actions?

About

Food Trails is a four-year EU-funded Horizon 2020 project aiming to translate in Europe the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact’s collective commitment to integrated urban food policies into measurable and long-term progress towards sustainable food systems. 11 European cities, with universities and stakeholders, will co-design pilot actions as leverage points for FOOD 2030 urban food policies development, involving also 21 worldwide follower cities.

Two chefs from two participating Food Trails cities cooked and presented dishes in line with the Planetary Health Diet recommendations at...
Some of Madeira’s traditional recipes used to be plant-based. The City Hall of Funchal is working on bringing them back...
“Crosscutting Managers” play a key role in Food Trails. Find out who they are and what they do! One of...
On July 6, 2022, the Food Trails project hosted an interactive workshop on the topic of “Indicators for monitoring the...
A look back at the three-day meeting on food in Almere, a Dutch city located in a polder six metres below sea level. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​...
The Food Trails project is hosting a series of closed-door workshops to gather practitioners and non-EU-funded projects working to support...

EU Food Cities

In its 11 partner cities, Food Trails will develop participatory Living Labs, innovative pilots and transformative food policies. Cities will foster innovation, collaborating with the consortium to establish successful approaches. Discover the Food Trails cities and their actions on the map below: