Better meals for Europe’s children:
Pathways to serving healthier, tastier, more sustainable food in schools
24 March 2022
10:00 - 13:00 CET
Public food procurement can help address today’s most pertinent challenges to health and well-being: from obesity to the climate crisis.
Schools are important places to leverage the multiple health, environmental and social benefits of serving better food.
This online event will bring together a wide range of actors to discuss the different aspects of moving towards healthy, sustainable school meals, and what implications for policy and practice this can have.
Welcome Remarks & Setting the Scene
Director General, EPHA
University of Alcalá & SchoolFood4Change project
What’s cooking in Europe? Spotlight on promising initiatives in cities and schools
Eating Better Alliance
Lidón Martrat Sanfeliu
Barcelona City Council
City of Milan
What are nutritionally healthy and sustainable meals for schoolchildren?
French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (Anses)
Danish Veterinary and Food Administration
Umeå University & European Federation of the Associations of Dietitians (EFAD)
How to accelerate the uptake of healthy, sustainable meals in European schools?
Swedish Food Agency & European Public Health Nutrition Alliance (EPHNA)
National Institute of Public Health, Slovenia & Joint Action Best Remap
European Commission, Farm to Fork Unit
European Commission, Coordinator on the Rights of the Child
Discussion moderated by: