A local and integrated food system in Montréal (SALIM)
A local and integrated food system in Montréal
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Physical and digital infrastructures and a network of logistical food hubs
Are infrastructures a priority for community organizations?
What is a food hub?
A logistical food hub facilitates, among other things, the aggregation and distribution of local food. It reinforces the local agri-food sector's competitiveness to better serve all players in the value chain, from production to consumption.
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A synthesis of good practices
Basic principles by Récolte
2021-2022: The implementation of 2 pilot projects
A logistical food hub
in the West Island
Récolte is carrying out a feasibility study for the creation of a logistical food hub in the West Island of Montreal, which would:
- Improve storage capacity for West Island farms, thus limiting losses while facilitating the increase of production volume
- Scale up peri-urban production and community-based agriculture
- Increase the area's capacity for distribution to community organizations in Montreal
Partners of the projects include D-Trois-Pierres, Regroupement Partages, and other West Island stakeholders.
A neighbourhood food hub
in the south-west region of Montreal
Récolte is exploring the potential for a neighborhood food hub in the south-west region of Montreal, which could:
- Mutualize delivery, storage, and packaging of food
- Facilitate food re-distribution to organizations in the neighbourhood