The FoodSHIFT 2030 Transition Toolkit is designed to help cities transition towards a low-carbon, circular and more plant-based food system.
This toolkit is a collection of tools and resources developed based on the research experiences and best practices among the nine FoodSHIFT cities (also called FALs or Living Labs). It is designed to aid food system stakeholders including citizens, city representatives, innovators and NGOs to take action in their own city region. 
This toolkit was developed by SusMetro: Sustainable Design for Metropolitan Landscapes in collaboration with the following project consortium partners:
On behalf of the FoodSHIFT 2030 Consortium, we would hope you enjoy exploring this toolkit and that you feel inspired to take action in your local city region. 
For more information about FoodSHIFT 2030 project, please visit www.foodshift2030.eu
For enquiries about this toolkit, please contact info@susmetro.eu or schafer@plen.ku.dk 

28 partners, 6 municipalities, 8 SMEs, 8 NGOs, 6 research institutes and 12 European countries

FoodSHIFT 2030 brings together a strong multi-actor consortium composed of local governments, SMEs, NGOs, universities, research institutes and network partners.