Sweden’s sustainability meal model for schools

Sweden has long been known for its innovative approaches to social issues, and its latest initiative to combat hunger and malnutrition is no exception. The Swedish National Food Agency has developed a groundbreaking meal model that aims to provide nutritious and sustainable meals to vulnerable communities across the country.

The meal model is based on a "food circle" that emphasizes the importance of a balanced diet and reducing food waste. The model is designed to be flexible and adaptable, allowing it to be tailored to the specific needs of different communities.

At the heart of the model is a focus . . .

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