Going organic in Ghent: the story of BE O Versmarkt – Versbar BE O Versmarkt is an icon in Ghent. In the heart of the city, in a majestic building, they bring organic goods to the local crowd, for an affordable price. We had an interview to get to know a bit more about their…

Craft Beer in Belgium When you say Belgium, the word “beer” will often follow quickly. Belgian beer culture is so connected to the country that Unesco declared it cultural heritage. An incredible range of beers is to be found, and in the tiniest of villages you’ll always find a bar that serves a diverse range…

Handmade in Antwerp: the story of Madame Tirette The shop and atelier of Madame Tirette in Antwerp is a real hidden gem. A charming place, with a sincere sustainable philosophy. Offering tissues, sewing courses and handmade fashion for kids. We had an interview to get the full story out. How and when did your project…

Organic Shops in Antwerp Belgians, including the people of Antwerp, are real supermarket-shoppers. Concurrence is high, which makes it quite convenient. Yet as to sustainability, the progress made in that scene is limited. The good news is that more and more alternative initiatives start to flourish. Vegetable collection schemes, markets and fully organic stores. We…

Vegetarian in Madrid: the story of Al Natural Al Natural is a vegetarian icon in Madrid. One of the first veggie restaurants in the city. With as the name suggests: a concept that is inspired by nature and sustainability. We had a talk to get to know more about this restaurant that is still going…

Craft Beer in Madrid: the start of a beer-revolution Madrid is one of those European cities where the craft beer scene is quickly expanding. From a beer scene in the hands of a few multinationals, to one focusing on small-scale breweries and artisan beers. We made a summary of 5 must visit bars serving craft…

Sustainable fashion in Madrid: the story of the Circular Project The Circular Project is a real pioneer when it comes to sustainable fashion in Madrid. Not just a shop, but a philosophy, a sincere sustainable goal. We had an interview to get to know the project and its great work. Inspiring! Hi Paloma! Can you…

Specialty Coffee in Belgium: the most sustainable coffee bars Coffee is not just coffee. It’s one of the world’s most traded products, hence with a huge influence in the world. If we can make the coffee industry more sustainable, that’s a major change. Luckily, in various Belgian cities the specialty coffee scene is absolutely booming.…