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Sustainable food environments 


With KISMET, we change our ‘destiny’ and transform the current unfavourable food systems in cities and regions around the Baltic Sea to sustainability. The project tackles the challenge that local and regional authorities often lack capacity, require new impulses or need innovative solutions for realising more circular and sustainable food environments.


Since this target group is key for different fields such as business promotion, health, procurement, food policy or environment, KISMET provides them with concrete instruments and tools for working better with 1. governance, 2. the demand-side and the 3. production side. 


These three components are part of the overall solution “Enabling Programme for sustainable food environments” which is developed by the 13 project partners. It entails a mix of concrete different digital formats (tools, documents, scripts, videos, infographics, etc.). KISMET further establishes 8 Local Innovation Partnerships – in which the target groups are represented as partners and associated organisations – and pilots the solution in these 8 cases. The project then transfers the “Enabling Programme” to further target groups via replicator/friendship cities for jointly implementing and rolling out the solution. 

Target groups will be better equipped to eventually change consumer behaviour for good, create circular business opportunities and make food chains and production more regional so that societies can make a big step towards climate-neutrality.

Project owner: City of Hamburg's Authority for Economy and Innovation (Food Cluster Division). 


Project Partners and Associated Organisations 
13 partners (In Swe
den: Södertälje Municipality and BERAS International). 

15 associated organisations (In Sweden: Ekerö municipality, Stockholm university/Stockholm Resilience Centre, Uppsala University)

All Baltic Sea countries except Poland and Russia are represented

Link to project on Interreg website 

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