Will you be attending the EAT Stockholm Food Forum?
I’ve got my train ticket in hand and I’m gearing up to go! The Nordic Food Policy Lab will be taking part in two different events at the Forum this year. Learn more about them below:
Unlocking the Alternative Protein Market
11 June // 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Venus room, 3rd floor (Open Event), Quality Hotel Globe
Hosted by: Climate KIC.
The EAT-Lancet report brings to life the need for a rapid shift in diets and in agricultural practices. The access to sustainable alternative proteins will be a key driver of human and planetary health when we are to feed ten billion people in the future. With inspiration from leaders in the market, we will explore and understand the barriers and underlying trends, mindsets and structures that need to be shifted in order to enable alternative proteins to scale in the market and unlock transformative scale fast.
The power of gastronomy to democratize healthy food within planetary boundaries
12 June // 7:00 am – 8:30 am
Lilla Stjärnrummet, 11th floor (Open Event), Quality Hotel Globe
Hosted by: Nordic Food Policy Lab (Nordic Council of Ministers) & Hivos.
From the National Plan for Healthy and Sustainable Gastronomy in Costa Rica, to the New Nordic Kitchen Manifesto, via ground-breaking gastronomy-related initiatives in Bolivia, South Africa and Indonesia, this will be a living lab for scalable solutions – from the policy level to the kitchen – on how to make healthy and sustainable food options the most desirable, affordable, and easy to choose. Meet pioneers and frontrunners from four continents sharing behind-the-scenes insights and strategies on how to successfully anchor sustainable and healthy diets in local food system realities through sustainable gastronomy. Inspirational stories will be followed by a co-creation session where we will identify the next generation of food solutions together.