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Schools have a unique role in teaching and shaping young people's values and attitudes. This tool helps schools raise children's awareness about food waste, acquainting them with school cooks and presenting the canteen work in an event.

This tool helps school caterers to monitor the generation of food waste in school kitchens and dining halls and to record developments in its reduction.

Caterers planning to use EU or national eco-labels to promote their organic meals have to ensure that they contain a high share of organic ingredients (at least 95%), leaving no room for a transition phase. Learn how to establish a national or local eco-label specifically for caterers, who may use differing amounts of organic food in their meals.

This tool provides procurers with options to procure food with lower climate impact through shorter supply chains and preverance of seasonal food.

Find adaptable procurement criteria for the reduced use and impact of chemicals and consumable goods in the public procurement of catering services in this tool.

This tool provides schools and municipalities options for incorporating organic food criteria into the procurement of catering services.

This tool guides procurers in integrating plant-based options into the public procurement of catering services, based on the EU’s Green Public Procurement (GPP) criteria.

If you plan to procure a new catering service for a public canteen, this tool helps to tackle food waste right from the start. It describes criteria for the procurement of catering services that help motivate catering companies to take actions against food waste.

Find out more about the necessary steps to develop a roadmap for sustainable school catering in this tool description.

This tool consists of various measures which help catering providers and the people working in kitchens and dining halls to take action in tackling food waste.

How can teachers and school managers involve children in implementing food waste reduction solutions, influencing their eating habits and their attitudes toward food? Find some concrete guidance in this tool.

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