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2021 - 2022

cooperation: the Buy Responsibly Foundation

cooperation: FAM Agency

The goal of the pan-European OurFood.OurFuture campaign was to mobilize young EU residents to change their consumption behavior and introduce them to the concept of sustainability.


In the educational videos we produced, we show how, with a little effort, you can support places that sell local food; we teach that weeds and trees can successfully replace lettuce or spinach; we suggest how to build your own vegetable garden next to your house or on your balcony.


The OurFood.OurFuture campaign advocates systemic change - so that the way we eat does not contribute to global problems such as climate change or flight and displacement. The Foodscaping project was funded by the European Union as part of Our Food. Our Future.

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While working on the campaign, we made a series of educational films and conducted a number of workshops and lectures. The materials created during the project (films, charts) are still used for educational and promotional purposes . 

Have you ever eaten a roasted mealworm of a miller? _Cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ Or maybe fried plantain leaves? _Cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ Have you tried pickled gout or nettle oil?

Find out more about them in our videos :)

Have you always wanted to grow your own plants but thought it would be too much for you? Not sure whether it's better to plant ornamental or edible plants in your garden? Find out what foodscaping is! It's not only the perfect combination of an ornamental and a vegetable garden - but it's also the perfect alternative for people who want to provide their own food at least partially and contribute to taking care of the planet.


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Paying attention to the localness of the products we buy is very important, but it is not the only aspect we should pay attention to when shopping. Often, the same products bought in one part of the world may be local and therefore not harm anyone, whereas if you come across them in a shop in a completely different part of the globe, you may find their carbon footprint is huge. Why?


Every year, around 9 million tons of food are wasted in Poland. We are at the disgraceful forefront of European countries in this ranking. Each of us can prevent this by limiting the amount of food we buy, making sure to buy as much as we can actually eat and process, sharing food if we know that we will not be able to consume it before the expiry date, and... becoming a freegan! Every day, a lot of food ends up in the bin. And freegans make great use of it!

You haven't eaten that yet!

Probably most of you have already tried nettle infusion or dandelion honey, but have you heard of pickled gout or young hop pasta? They are truly delicious! Get inspired to seek out new flavours and new ingredients for dishes and to leave a little room for weeds in your gardens.



We all eat fruit from trees, but did you know that this is not the only part of the tree that is edible? Probably many of you have tried lime blossom tea or birch leaf tea at some point, but there are many more possibilities. Chocolate-covered pine, fried hazel catkins, or perhaps a lime and pine appetiser that will delight many of your guests? Try it!

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Have you wondered whether replacing animal flesh with eating insects is possible? Of course, it is - a lot depends on our attitude. According to a recent study, the market value of edible insects could even triple by 2023. During the recordings, we ate roasted cockchafers and ate muffins made of mealworm flour. Seriously!

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Muffiny z mącznikiem młynarkiem
Larwy mącznika młynarka

Are you not ready for radical changes? Become flexible!

Flexitarianism is a diet based on limiting meat consumption. Why is it important, what positive effects does it have and what to replace meat in your menu with?


What else is worth knowing about?


Most single-use items can be replaced by reusable ones. Coffee grounds can be a great scrub, and eggshells can be used as fertiliser. An old blouse can be used to make a shopping bag, and a takeaway lunch can come with its own container. These are just a few examples of how to produce less or ZERO rubbish. Try to be more ZERO WASTE!


When we travel, we discover not only beautiful landscapes and interesting cultures but also the unique cuisine characteristic of the place. Food tastes best in its native countries because the taste is influenced not only by the ingredients but also by the atmosphere and the people! What's more, remember that what's local is best for the planet. Fresh mangoes, avocados or kaki are not only tastier where they come from and where they were grown. They also leave a much smaller carbon footprint in terms of the supply chain.


Create something special with us!

​ We are open to cooperation - we conduct a wide range of activities, from creating school gardens, through lectures, workshops, to educational campaigns. We encourage local government units, schools and educational institutions, universities, non-governmental organizations, private persons, companies and the business environment to contact us.


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