Lekkernassûh is a non-profit market that sells a weekly fresh produce package that contains local, seasonal, and organic fruits and vegetables. Furthermore, their products have little to no packaging materials like plastics. Lekkernassûh aims to make healthy, honest, and tasty food accessible to the whole of The Hague. You can find Lekkernassûh markets at the following locations: • Gymzaal (main location and packaging-free shop) : Witte de 127, 2518 CS Den Haag • Spinozahof: Spinozastraat 4, 2515 LT The Hague • Toverbosch: Vlaskamp 1A, 2592 AA The Hague (winter period: Het Kleine Loo 364 , 2592 CK The Hague) • Wonnebald Primary School: Mozartlaan 189, 2555 JK The Hague
Lekkernassûh is a sustainable initiative as their products are locally and organically produced. This means all produce is grown in places close to The Hague, thereby limiting food-miles and thus carbon emissions. The produce is also grown without the use of harmful pesticided and fertilizers. Lastly, Lekkernassûh minimizes waste by selling their produce without packaging materials. In addition to their weekly vegetable boxes Lekkernassûh also runs a packaging-free shop selling a variety of unwrapped products such as pasta or nuts that can be purchased by customers in their own containers.
Responsible consumption and production: Lekkernassûh promotes responsible consumption and production through minimizing waste and packaging materials.
Climate action: Lekkernassûh helps in mitigating climate change because they minimize the carbon footprint of our food by selling only locally grown crops.
Life on land: Lekkernassûh promotes sustainable agriculture, which minimizes environmental harm through avoiding the use of pesticides and artificial fertilizers.