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An innovative menu for procurement – The SF4C guide for school canteens

A little preview of the report.
After the project start in January 2022 SF4C is now in full swing and has big ambitions, going beyond the partner cities. Exactly a year ago, a new group of 20 cities joined the project - from Europe but also Africa, South America and Oceania - to exchange with partner cities on challenges and best practices related to school meals. What have they been up to over the past year?

From local farmers to children’s Table

The story of Nova Lima in Brazil Brazil’s school feeding program, the second largest and oldest in the world, feeds 42 million of the country’s school children. In 1954, Brazil embarked on a journey to combat child hunger and improve…

The importance of involving all stakeholders

Local governments around the world are working to make their cities and food systems more sustainable, healthy and climate resilient. And since this task involves many challenges, progress lies in the hands of various, committed partners and stakeholders. Progressive governments…

News from Belgium: When schools turn into a sandwich factory

The two schools ‘GO! Middle School’ and ‘GO! Atheneum Voskenslaan’, both located in Ghent (Belgium), are uniting to work towards healthier and more sustainable food options on their campus. They joined forces to support a healthier planet through the SchoolFood4Change (SF4C)…

#meettheteam – series, part 4 

Meet the Team part 4
In our #MeetTheTeam -Series, we introduce members of SchoolFood4Change and participants! In this part #4, we interviewed Gabi, a SchoolFood4Change caterer cooking for four daycare centres and thee schools in Nuremberg, Germany.

SchoolFood4Change replication cities: one year in!

After the project start in January 2022 SF4C is now in full swing and has big ambitions, going beyond the partner cities. Exactly a year ago, a new group of 20 cities joined the project - from Europe but also Africa, South America and Oceania - to exchange with partner cities on challenges and best practices related to school meals. What have they been up to over the past year?