Warsaw Living Lab will focus on developing new tools and solutions to address future food needs of refugees

The Polish capital city, Warsaw is home to 1.8 million people within a greater metropolitan area of 3.1 million residents. The city has been a major hub for transport, tourism and industry in Poland and the European Union since the country’s ascension to the bloc in 2004.

The City of Warsaw has been addressing nutrition challenges in primary schools for the last ten years thanks to the campaign entitled “I know what I eat” dedicated to eight- and ten-year-old children. This educational programme that raises awareness about the significance of healthy diets has evolved within the last few years to also address the children’s parents and the school culinary staff.

After having signed the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact in 2015, the City of Warsaw has decided to broaden its activities related to food issues.
Since 2019 he has been the Vice Chair of the Eurocities Working Group Food.
In 2021 the city launched its urban Food Policy.

Within the Food Trails Project, the city had planned to establish a Living Lab dedicated to food waste, and develop a related ecosystem of solutions under the motto “technology first”, that would have brought new business models, trends, habits and regulations.


Stand with Ukraine – Milan

Milan responds to the request for support from Food Trails’ partner city, Warsaw, which is facing an emergency of war refugees.​