Good food for all: cities at the forefront of food justice
Long-term Living Lab Support towards Food System Transformation

The EU FOOD 2030 Project Family's Policy Brief

Food Trails Call for Cascade Cities: Applications are closed!
Our food system is exhausted

A look back at the Brussels Urban Summit session on urban food policies


Good food for all - Cities meet to exchange food justice approaches
27 September 2023
Bordeaux, France


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.

In 2022, a shocking 8% of the European Union’s population could not afford a meal containing meat, fish, or a...
The Food2030 Project’s Family is thrilled to introduce its latest Policy Brief entitled “Long-term Living Lab Support towards Food System...
The Food Trails project has opened a new call to identify and select +20 local authorities interested in joining the project's knowledge-sharing activities and learning from the 11 Food Trails partner cities' experiences.
A look back at the Brussels Urban Summit session on urban food policies
On 9 May, 2023, the most innovative European food-tech startups and SMEs gathered in Milan to participate in the Food...
Public procurement is a powerful tool that cities can wield to create change. Copenhagen leads the way in public food procurement unlocking and sharing its potential.

EU Food Cities

Each Food Trails partner city establishes participatory Living Labs to co-design innovative pilot actions and implement transformative, integrated urban food policies.