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What's your bread story?

Food plays an important role in urban sustainability and the pursuit of "zero-waste." But food is also very personal. Often, the needs and visions of city residents are inadequately known. This widens the gap between accessing healthy and affordable food for various segments of society and the implementation of zero-waste goals. Bread plays an important role in several households but also creates a lot of waste. We would like to invite you to participate in an interactive workshop "What is your bread story? " on 21 April organized by researchers from Wageningen University & Research.  We are very curious to what your perspective would be on bread consumption and waste, and we would therefore love to have one of your members attend this workshop to share the insights of your perspectives at the workshop.


What are we going to do? 

In this interactive workshop led by Meghann Ormond in Wageningen, we gain different perspectives on the role of bread through various stories, your stories. During the workshop, you will have the opportunity to create your bread story and share it with others. These stories will be processed so that bottlenecks and opportunities for change can be shared and experienced in different settings.  


Practical information  

Date: 21 April 2024 

Time: 14:00-17:00 

Place: Ivo’s Bread & Pizza (Hoogstraat 5, 6701BJ) 

Set-up:  The workshop will take approximately three hours.  

What to bring with you: An object that has something to do with how you handle bread or shows what bread means to you (you will take it back home after the workshop) 

Registration: Please send an email to Bas (bas.deruiter@wur.nl)  to register 

Contact: Please let us know if you would like to participate, and if you have any questions please feel free to contact us. For questions regarding the workshop organization you can contact Bas (bas.deruiter@wur.nl). For content-related questions please get in touch with Jillian (jillian.student@wur.nl). 

Additional information about the study can be found on our website: https://circularsociety.ewuu.nl/research/urban-rural-circularity/the-last-supper/ 

We are looking forward to hearing your story! 

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