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Good Practices Catalogue
Now you can easily consult our Good Practices catalogs from your computer, find the one that best suits your needs through the filters on the right and using the search engine. You will also find within each article a link through which you can see the full content of each good practice.
Navigating the new interactive catalogs is easy and very intuitive!
The good practice focuses on mutual benefits between primary producers and consumers. La Colmeta dice que sí allows local producers to set the price of their products and the cost is always the same percentage (20%) no matter the price. This percentage is redistributed between the organizer of the hive (10%) and the Hive as an organization (10%).
KBHFF/Copenhagen Food Co-operative is a member-based and member-driven food co-operative in Copenhagen, Denmark. KBHFF is an alternative to profit-driven supermarket chains and have eight departments around Copenhagen. KBHFF offer local, seasonal, organic and biodynamic vegetables and fruits at affordable prices to their members every week.
Kindergarten “Duzgynelis” is the first private kindergarten in Vilnius (Lithuania) established in an individual house, with a small enclosed courtyard, and near the forest to create a cozy, warm, healthy, natural oasis to grow for children.
The good practice focuses on offering an online meeting point to connect local producers from Catalonia region with citizens, enabling the commercialization of these products to a widespread community as well as promoting and fostering local products to restaurants, caterings or Horeca industry companies that are interested in finding and purchasing local products
Fru Møllers Mølleri is characterized by having a very wide range of products and experiences for the consumer. On the farm there is a mill, farm shop, slaughterhouse / shop, ice cream parlor and restaurant.
This Good Practice is a report from the European Committee of the Regions which focuses on good practices from across Europe concerning public food procurement.
The concept behind The Eco-Cabinet (Økoskabet) includes both an online platform, a logistics solution and a physical collection cabinet, where customers can pick up the organic food that they have ordered and prepaid online.
This good practice reflects Druminilra’s mission, which is “to reconnect people with local, organic, wholesome, sustainable food, rooted in place and assured provenance, grown by us and other like-minded producers”.
The Digital Agriculture Market (DITAP), which was implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry with the support of all stakeholders of the agriculture (Ministry of Treasury and Finance, Ministry of Commerceand The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB)), provide ooportunities that farmers can find a market for their products where consumers can supply the quality product they seek.
This Good Practice focuses on the artisanal, local and small transformation processing (via non-industrial kitchens, small kitchens) of locally produced fruits and vegetables to jams, sauces and other products.
Below you can find the different categories that serve as a filter for each of the good practices, choose the ones you want and then click submit.