Food sustainability

Food sustainability

The ability to make informed food choices is necessary to develop and consolidate healthy habits. Food sustainability

From producer to consumer; the road that food travels before arriving on our table is slowly shrinking. A different food culture is being  created, based on the reduction of waste and the careful selection of organic products and suppliers. That’s what food  sustainability is.

Food sustainability, in fact, is also synonymous with respect for the environment.

The protection of the planet also depends on what you decide to put on the table. The way in which food is produced and consumed, for example, has a decisive impact on global warming.

Applying the term to the food field, we can say that the characteristics  of sustainable food are:

  • Product with low environmental impact, with very little land and water consumption;
  • Produced with low carbon and nitrogen emissions;
  • Respectful of ecosystems and biodiversity;
  • Attentive to local needs and the enhancement of the territory;
  • Nutritionally sound;
  • Affordable for everyone.

Following an eco-sustainable diet also means choosing quality products.

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The future belongs to those who create a positive impact on society and the planet.


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