Berlin's local food system at your reach
of German consumers want to eat more local products, but in general, local food systems have less infrastructure and convenience, and product diversity is limited when compared to imported produce.
"I struggle to find products in variety (e.g. different types of tomatoes) that are grown locally. Adding to that, having the information of what is available and where is not easy when you need to plan meals ahead"
Food Start-Up Founder, Berlin.
"Farmers' markets are often too far and the opening hours do not fit my schedule."
Expat living in Berlin.
Let's HYVE Local!
HYVE Local is a collaborative digital platform that makes local and seasonal eating and cooking easier for canteens in schools, kitas, and workspaces, by matching local produce with recipes. HYVE Local addresses the convenience and creativity gap within the local and seasonal food system.
We envision a world in which food sovereignty and community are at the core of food systems, connecting farmers, producers, consumers and nature.
Is to promote convenience, innovation and transparency in European local food systems, through solutions rooted in sustainability, regenerative agriculture, and collaboration with farmers, non-profit, public institutions and private companies.
Amélie is an agronomist specialising in agroecology who advocated for agroecology at COP25.
Victor is an architect specialising in sustainability with experience in sustainable food systems.
Get in touch with us!
We are looking for people to help us develop the platform:
Contacts from canteens, kitas and schools that may be interested