Oslo MDGs have replaced meat in nursing homes with fava beans: – Vegetarian food should be the standard choice

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Einar Wilhelmsen is a member of the finance board in Oslo and is a member of the MDGs. He just sent a letter to all the municipal businesses.

There he reminded that vegetarian food must be served unless the person who will eat it determines otherwise.

– At the nursing home, they have reduced some of the meat in the meatballs and replaced it with fava beans. This is a change that is in line with national recommendations and is quality assured by nutritionists. It is important to us that the food served in the municipality is nutritious and of good quality, says Wilhelmsen Nordre Aker Budstickkebut he stressed that meat is not forbidden:

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– The guidelines on the city council platform do not imply a ban on serving meat or fish, but vegetarian meals should be a standard choice at city events. Vegetarian food which should be the standard option means vegetarian food is served, unless the guest asks for something else. This means switching to current practice, where the standard choice is usually a meal consisting of meat or fish, but guests can request a vegetarian meal instead.

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It was Lan Marie Berg who had to step down as a neighborhood council member in Oslo after the breakup of the billionth largest city in Norwegian history and also swept it under the carpet. He launched on a city council platform in 2019 that a minimum of 50 percent of total food purchases must be organic:

– The target of the future consumption strategy is organic food of at least 50 percent of the total food purchases. We will increase the proportion of organic food, reduce food waste, promote the use of climate-friendly menus with seasonal products, increase the proportion of plant-based foods such as fruit, vegetables, whole grains and legumes and reduce consumption of dairy products, fish, poultry and meat, he said at the time. that.

Einar Wilhelmsen (MDG).
Photo: Cornelius Poppe / NTB scanpix

Finansbyråd Wilhelmsen boasts that in this year’s budget, money has been set aside for free school meals without meat. A total of NOK 20 million is allocated for vegetarian meals in schools by 2022, and that vegetarian food project will have a double budget by 2023.

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