Collectif Récolte accompanied the steering committee to promote the concerted development of a neighborhood food hub in a building located at 59 Saint-Pierre Avenue.
Webinar » 4 Models of Local Food Procurement within Institutions »
Unveiling the results of case studiesin hospitals and childcare facilitiesAs part of the Les Institutions mangent local! week, Collectif Récolte presents the results of its research on the importance of institutional procurement models in the proximity circuit. The study, which was conducted by Emilie Boivin-Deroy with the support of the SALIM (Local and Integrated Food System
What’s in a name? Looking forward to the next 5 years!
Collectif Récolte was born with the goal of supporting impact oriented initiatives and creating innovative solutions to reinforce healthy and sustainable food systems accessible to all!Our name is a representation of the organization’s 3 key objectives: Reunite, Collaborate, Territorialize. For the past five years, we have been known as Récolte. This simple word did not fully
Launch of the case study approach of institutional supply models in proximity circuit
The Collectif Récolte, as part of its work with the Local and Integrated Food System in Montreal (SALIM), is proud to launch the case study process of institutional supply models in proximity circuit.
A Taste for Change is back for a 5th edition on September 24th !
Back for a 5th edition following a COVID break, the responsible food fair is getting a makeover.
Pilot projects and the development of innovative logistics solutions
This spring, the Collectif Récolte focused its efforts on all the projects of the Local and Integrated Food System in Montreal, and more specifically on two pilot projects of the West Island Food Logistics Pole (PLAODI). The first involves testing out a collective marketing scheme, which aims to provide institutions with food produced by farms
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