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Social impact

Food systems have the potential to nurture human health
and support environmental sustainability; however, they
are currently threatening both. Source: the EAT–Lancet Commission

Our mission In a nutshell

  • Explore, discover and learn more about our food systems and entrepreneurship and provide meaningful work for young people and students.
  • Promote initiatives to reduce food waste and strengthen a more circular economy.
  • Tap into the ancient narrative of bread and cooking in general to promote science communication and informal education in our field.

We explore new ways to share the ancient narrative of bread and discuss topics related to nutrition, food waste and health. In our circulair bakery and during workshops we use old bread as an ingredient to improve our bread. This methode has been selected as a best practice by the Dutch Platform for Circular Economy.. Try it out in our café.

Science communication
We organise workshops and tailor-made programs for companies, schools and the general public and explain fundamental scientific principles that underlie the process of fermentation, bread making and cooking. See also our contribution to the (Dutch) weekend of science, our circular approach in the Folia, sugar and our brain and informal education on a rooftop.