Where to buy sustainable food
Where does the food you eat come from? Is it locally sourced? Organic? Everything you eat influences the food-chain system.
By buying local, organic food, you look after farmers, help to avoid waste and the climate emergency, while also caring for your health and the planet.
In Barcelona, there are a lot of places selling local, organic produce, which have a positive effect on the region, where you can fill your shopping basket sustainably. Why not ask where these sales points are?
Shopping at the market means building relationships in your community. What is more, Barcelona’s markets are the backbone of our neighbourhoods’ economies.
This is an option that strengthens local production and distribution and creates stable jobs, security, quality and social cohesion. Look at the food shops available in your neighbourhood and buy from the establishments affiliated with the traders’ association of your street, neighbourhood or district.
To eat organic food is to benefit the environment, guarantee that future generations can enjoy healthy, safe food, and ensure that your meals are more nutritious and healthy.
Reducing packaging waste to zero is an undeniable contribution to helping the planet. Will you try it?
This type of trade aims to improve the most disadvantaged producers’ access to the market and minimise inequalities in the world.
These restaurants are committed to their diners’ well-being and have minimised their impact on the environment.
Many agricultural producers offer a weekly delivery service, providing consumers with organic, seasonal vegetables, fruit and other food straight from the field.
- Agroecological supply
- Local food
- Capità enciam
- Carne de pasto
- De l’hort a casa
- Doctor Veg
- El peix al plat
- El rusc diu que sí
- Km 0
- La Platjeta
- La Tavella
- Més fresques que un enciam
- Organic Basket Barcelona
- Pagesia a casa
- Stallholders at Catalonia's Weekly Markets
- Ramaderes de Catalunya
- Territori de Masies
Consumer cooperatives are created to provide their members with the food they need day to day, which should be local, organic and sustainable. Their aim is to offer affordable prices to consumers and fair prices to their suppliers, all within a framework of fair, decent social and labour relations.
- Food Coop BCN, a project inspired by Food Coop, to open the first cooperative supermarket in Barcelona.
- Consumer groups. More Sustainable Barcelona Map.
- Map of consumer cooperatives in Catalonia.
Tools, seeds and planters needed for urban agriculture.
The social and solidarity economy promotes, produces and sells products and services for sustainable, transformative consumption with a social impact.