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How a German 'edible city' is teaching locals about food

The town of Andernach uses its public spaces to grow fruit, vegetables and herbs that anyone can pick free of charge. The project has been a resounding hit with locals keen to learn more about growing food sustainably. For some, it's even been life-changing.

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Interviewees featured in this episode:

Anneli Karlsson, project coordinator of the Edible Cities Network in Andernach

The Edible Cities Network project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program.

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