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Lekker Nassuh

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The goal of Lekkernassuh is having accessible healthy, honest and delicious food for everyone in town. Food is a social binder, and houses universal values which are repeated in almost every culture ...

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At the market (hands-on)

Organisation role · 2–4 hrs/Week
Witte De Withstraat 127, 2518 CS The Hague, Netherlands
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Summary

As a coöperative, Lekkernassûh is stronger and more effective with every new person that joins in to help. Do you want to help at our market?

Detailed description

Our aim is to implement a program providing healthy, honest and tasty produce that’s accessible to everyone in The Hague – and the more people that want to help us, the better we can do it.


How can you help?

Work at the market itself: setting up the market in the morning; keeping track of the crates/veggies during the market in the afternoon, helping at the checkout, cheese stall, or package free shop; or help clean up in the afternoon.


Do you have a couple of hours to spare? We want to meet you!

Please apply via this website and we hope to see you soon!

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About Lekker Nassuh

The goal of Lekkernassuh is having accessible healthy, honest and delicious food for everyone in town. Food is a social binder, and houses universal values which are repeated in almost every culture. It is run by the foundation Lokaal Voedsel Den Haag that facilitates the work of Lekkernassuh, as an independent organization.

Core activity
In May 2014, we started as an experiment to distribute local vegetables. We wanted to know whether the people of The Hague require local products. Every Wednesday between 16:00 and 19:00 we facilitate the market in de Gymzaal (Witte de Withstraat 127). Every member of the market buys a fixed amount of fruit and vegetables. We see the distribution of vegetables as the foundation for a physical infrastructure. We are now beyond the experimental phase and are evolving Lekkernassuh towards a structure for a collaborative community.
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