Mark Stein firstname.lastname@example.org
Public food procurement is a significant part of overall food consumption in many countries – buying food for schools nurseries, hospitals and elderly care. The session will discuss sustainable food procurement policies aimed at:
- Encouraging healthy eating
- Minimising global warming
- Promoting animal welfare and biodiversity
- Reducing food waste and meat usage
- Supporting local and regional food producers – thus safeguarding food security
The deadline for proposals is 7th of February 2019
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