The survey for the Baltic Sea Food project has been sent out to local food networks and distributors to get their input about the current situation and main worries. The aim of the survey is to collect as much information as possible, analyse the recieved information for the best possible outcome. The outcome is a business plan to help small businesses get their products quickly to hotels, restaurants and shops. This will result in restaurants and shops providing fresh local produce.
The survey has finished and the final report can be seen here: http://www.balticseaculinary.com/first-test-activity
The project "Baltic Sea Food" involves 14 organisations from 10 Baltic Sea countries. The “Baltic Sea Food” project is partially financed by the INTERREG Baltic Sea Programme 2014-2020.