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.
In 2021, Bordeaux Metropole woke up to a harsh reality: local food production from its 5,500 hectares of agricultural land and 148 farms could only feed its inhabitants for one day a year, which means that the metropolis was relying quite heavily on imports from near and far. Today the numbers are a bit more […]
Grenoble-Alpes Metropole goes above and beyond to involve everyone in its food strategy, even crossing administrative borders.