A travelling exhibition will visit the city's districts and their municipal markets to tell you about sustainable food. Do we eat well? How can we eat better? With its thoughts and activities, the exhibition calls on citizens to act.
Towards the transformation of the food system
The World Capital of Sustainable Food 2021 was used for promoting the city’s food transformation. Over 90 projects and 200 activities relating to sustainable food were promoted, in collaboration with farmers, associations, enterprises, the world of science and local authorities.
2022 has started with this legacy and will be paving the way for the drafting of the Sustainable Food City Strategy for 2030, a shared roadmap on food policies in the city we need to build between us all.
Did you know that...
Poor nutrition is linked to 70% of the deathscaused by chronic non–communicable diseases
The agrifood system is responsible for between 21% and 37% of global greenhouse gas emissions
Over 68% of Barcelona residents are willing to buy organic and local food in order to help deal with the climate emergency
For a sustainable food system. Let's act!
‘More than Bees. Pollinators and flowers, life at stake’ exhibition
The aim of the exhibition is to raise public awareness of the essential role of pollinators - especially wild bees - in ensuring the survival of most of the planet's plants.
‘Feeding Barcelona. City, supply and health’ exhibition
This temporary exhibition shines a light on the involvement of municipal political power in this area throughout history, and discusses how it can confront modern-day challenges.
Carne Cruda [Raw Meat] podcast
‘Eat well, local and cheap. Carne Cruda’, the podcast recorded in Plaça Reial during the Sustainable Food Citizenship Week, features Ana Moragues and the Mescladís collective as special guests.
‘Feeding the Future’ documentary
This documentary addresses the serious problems generated by the current food system, such as diseases, epidemics and pollution, and provides the keys to transforming the model towards a more sustainable system.
Presentation of the Autumn Menu
We will soon be presenting the Autumn Menu in the company of Víctor Quintillà, a chef at the Lluerna restaurant. Come along and discover the Seasonal Menu. Several hospitality schools have prepared the recipes with seasonal products.
On Plaça dels Somnis, Tibidabo
The seasonal menus will be included among the eating options at the park. There’s also a new show about food to enjoy, with courses for kids also being offered in collaboration with the Fundació Alícia.
Sustainable Food Week
Held in October and aimed at the general public, this series of activities is designed to foster healthy and accessible diets for all, driven by sustainable local economies.
7th Milan Urban Food Policy Pact Global Forum
The 210 cities from around the globe which signed the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact will be debating the link between food and the climate emergency from 19 to 21 October 2021.
“Discover the book “Everyone’s invited! Portraits of the sustainable food ecosystem in the transformation of Barcelona”
More than thirty stories that approach the sustainable food to Barcelona. Good for the people, for the territory and for the planet.
10/12/2021 - 12:06 h Presentation of the poster exhibition ‘Ara, aquí, les escoles per l'alimentació sostenible’
Students from Barcelona's schools have created 178 posters highlighting global health, sustainability and justice, which can be seen from 16th to 22nd December in the City Hall lobby
02/12/2021 - 15:30 h Winter menu: healthy and sustainable to reduce the impact of the food system
With winter almost upon us, the new Seasons Menu is here, the gastronomy proposal from Barcelona World Sustainable Food Capital.
30/11/2021 - 17:06 h The Terra Pagesa project brings local produce to the city
The project is an initiative by the Union of Farmers for the sale and distribution of food, within the context of the city’s role as the world sustainable food capital.
22/11/2021 - 16:23 h Barcelona, as World Sustainable Food Capital, played host to the 3rd Agroecology Europe Forum from 17 to 19 November.
Agroecology Europe and the Red de Ciudades por la Agroecología were the organisers, along with other entities, of an event focusing on the relationship between food and climate, with agroecology as the central theme.