During January-April 2021 "Baltic Sea Food" partners evaluated the results and experiences of the piloting the B2B local food distribution business model locally in 13 pilot regions from 10 countries. The original idea of the piloting was to test a new business model for B2B local food distributionin the pilot regions, taking account of local characteristics and conditions. As the piloting phase of the project coincided with the outbreak of Covid-19, there were severe implications in most of the piloting organisations as to what could be done, in comparison with what had been initially planned, due to the virus and its impact. The piloting of the B2B model succeeded at large scale in 3 pilot organisations, in smaller scale in 8 pilot organisations and in 2 pilot organisations it was not possible to pilot the B2B model in 2020 and it has been postponed.
- Evaluation report of business model piloting
- GERMANY: National report - Organisation Meck-Schweizer
- NORWAY: National report - Local food cooperative Hardangersmak SA
- SWEDEN: National report - Local food distributor Bondens Skafferi
- ESTONIA: National report - Cooperative “Taluturg”
- ESTONIA: National report - Cooperative Ehtne Saaremaa
- LATVIA: National report - Cooperative Society of Agricultural Services "Kuldīgas labumi"
- POLAND: National report - Culinary Heritage network Wielkopolska
- RUSSIA: National report - Association of Farmers and Agricultural Cooperatives of the Pskov Region “Pskov Farmer”
- RUSSIA: National report - Center for Effective Agriculture and Horticulture
- RUSSIA: National report - The Community of Izborsk Masters