Funchal Back to Roots

Some of Madeira’s traditional recipes used to be plant-based. The City Hall of Funchal is working on bringing them back and establishing a culture of healthy, local, sustainable food consumption. “I’m a teenager, and we all like to eat chips and fast food,” admits Eunice, a 17-year-old student. “My view has changed. I’m more aware […]

Crosscutting Managers

“Crosscutting Managers” play a key role in Food Trails. Find out who they are and what they do! One of the key roles in the governance structure of the Food Trails project is held by “Crosscutting Managers” (CCM), to ensure a systemic and innovative approach to implementing a healthier, sustainable and more inclusive food system […]

Indicators for monitoring the progress and impact of food system actions

On July 6, 2022, the Food Trails project hosted an interactive workshop on the topic of “Indicators for monitoring the progress and impact of food system actions”. The session was addressed to practitioners and non-EU-funded projects working to support a transformation of the European food system, with the aim to connect, exchange knowledge, approaches, and […]