Environment. During the hottest months, the restaurants taking part in the Seasons Menu will be offering a summer menu based on seasonal produce and promoting healthy eating.
Commerce and markets. The programme will recognise and identify food stalls offering organic local produce from small-scale producers and locally sourced fish.
Innovation. Second edition of the subsidy call for innovative projects to help tackle the crisis caused by Covid-19.
Weather emergency. If you are an entity working towards sustainable food in Barcelona, we invite you to take part in the programming of the More Sustainable Food Week.
. In 2020, the BIT Municipal Foundation launched an urban innovation subsidy call under the title “The Proactive City”. Three of the seven winning projects have come up with innovative solutions to the new urban challenges.
CAN CALOPA. The Can Calopa de Dalt farmhouse, publicly owned and managed since 2010 by the L’Olivera social integration cooperative, produces the Vinyes de Barcelona wine and promotes the “Diàlegs a l'Era” cycle of activities.
TRAINING. One of the tools for strengthening food policies is the training programme offered both to public employees and to organisations within the sector.
. During the months of May, June and July, entitled “Suma’t a l’alimentació sostenible!” to show how we can transition towards eating sustainable food.
City Council. The city brings together over a hundred leading voices from home and abroad from 13 to 16 April.