Greentable | Zero Foodprint

Guests and hosts as active climate protectors

The "Zero Foodprint" project supports farmers who are committed to climate-friendly cultivation.
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The "Zero Foodprint" project supports farmers who are committed to climate-friendly cultivation.

To support farmers on their way to a sustainable agricultural economy, the Greentable association is launching the Zero Foodprint (ZFP) project. 1 percent of every restaurant bill is to benefit farmers who transform climate-problematic farmland into climate-friendly one via the ZFP soil fund.

To support farmers on their way to a sustainable agricultural economy, the Greentable association is launching the Zero Foodprint (ZFP) project. 1

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