Sustainable Food Societies (SFS)

We believe in the strength of a network involving actors from the whole food chain, from plough to plate. Therefore we establish and support the development of local food clusters in all countries around the Baltic Sea. These learning centres engage farmers, gardeners, processors, teachers and pupils, chefs and consumers.

Farms and farmers hold central positions in the development of Sustainable Food Societies. Combined with the participation of local authorities, the private sector (NGO’s and business) and research centres/universities we wish to insure the involvement of society as a whole in the systemic shift needed in the food sector.

The future of agriculture is created through associations between producers, consumers, policy makers and researchers.

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