FOODLOGICA in the Media
Sustainable food is not sustainably transported. FOODLOGICA delivers a new way forward. Find out more by reviewing FOODLOGICA in the media here. Also, WE ARE SEEKING LOCAL CLIENTS IN AMSTERDAM.
After extensive research, strategic planning, trials, tests and tribulations, and plain old sweaty, physical labor turning a rusty shipping container into a sleek, solar powered garage of the future, you can’t imagine how happy we are to launch FOODLOGICA with a bang! Officially launching at the Solar Boat Parade and Week of Energy events September 2014, FOODLOGICAhas (solar) powered its way through an exciting start that’s making waves worldwide. We’re honored and inspired to draw widespread interest to issues of sustainable local food systems.
Below you’ll find screenshots, links and quotes to media coverage from, for instance, The Guardian, Fast Co.Exist, TreeHugger, Pop-up City, the Sustainable Food Trust and Salt Magazine. In addition, we’ve received inquiries from countries and cities such as Holland, Italy, Angola, NYC, Seattle, Toronto, Santiago, Brazil, Denmark, Sweden, Nigeria, Japan, Kuwait, Rotterdam, Torino and St. Martin.
FOODLOGICA IN THE MEDIA
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“These Solar-Powered Delivery Trikes Make Local Food Truly Sustainable”
By Adele Peters, Fast Co.Exist
“Your organic, local produce is all well and good. But when it’s delivered to your corner store by diesel truck, that’s kind of a problem.”
Organic food is good, but the transport is bad
In HetPAROOL, Amsterdam based newspaper. Text by Xandra van Gelder, photo by Mats van Soolingen
By Zoe Neilson for the Sustainable Food Trust
By Derek Markham on TreeHugger
By Elise Richardson on People 4 Smarter Cities
In print: The Green Mile
Salt Magazine November/December 2014 issue.
On Springwise (image coming soon)
Posted on 14 November 2014 and filed under Projects
Tags: amsterdam, cargo bikes, circular economies, Electric bikes, Farming the City, Food infstastuctures, Food technology, Foodlogica, local business, local food, Local food system, media, renewable energy, Solar power, sustainability, urban agriculture, voedsellogica