INNOCAT partners showcased in GPP News Alert food special
The latest edition of the European Commission’s GPP News Alert was published on Thursday 18 December. The bumper issue, which featured four case studies, was the first News Alert to be dedicated to a specific theme. Food production is responsible for a significant portion of greenhouse gas emissions and this issue looks in detail at what European cities are doing to green their public food procurement.
INNOCAT partners Resah and the City of Turin were both featured for the work they have been doing on eco-innovative catering practices as part of the INNOCAT project. Other contributors included the city of Helsinki (Finland), Barcelona (Spain), Copenhagen (Denmark) and an interview with Gunilla Andersson, who is responsible for the sustainability of food delivered to schools and care homes in the City of Malmö (Sweden).
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