AgriToolKit is a complex sustainability assessment system developed by Agri Kulti with the support of the Hungarian Ministry of Agriculture. By evaluating and making the sustainability performance of small- and mid-scale farms visible, AgriToolKit is providing an opportunity for farmers and agricultural enterprises to monetize their sustainability surplus. AgriToolKit measures the sustainability performance of a […]


DIVINFOOD is a Horizon 2020 project with the goal of studying neglected- and underutilized crops (minor cereals and legumes) in the seven European partner countries. The project seeks to develop short- and mid-tier supply chains that contribute to agrobiodiversity through channeling these crops into production and consumption. The project involves consumer research, breeding and cultivation […]


In this URBACT project Agri Kulti has developed a local, sustainable food-system for the Municipality of Szécsény/Hungary – contributing to the integration of successful local food-schemes in order to design sustainable urban strategies for a European-level pilot model. Having started in 2020, we have been working together with the municipalities of Coimbra, Cordoba, Kranj, Larissa, […]


In this H2020 project (TRUE/transition paths to sustainable legume-based systems in Europe), 24 project partners from 10 European countries have gotten together to explore and develop sustainable legume-based farming systems and agri-feed and food chains in the EU between 2016 and 2021. Agri Kulti contributed to the research project with a comprehensive case study on […]


Building on our AgriToolKit sustainability assessment system, Food Track has been developed as an interactive, customer-supported information and quality assurance system for farmers and farm products. A trademark (called “Mit Eszel?”) was registered with the aim of guiding consumers towards sustainable operating farmers. Consumers are also encouraged to visit nearby farms to interact with the […]


Zafra, António, 2022: The Food Corridors Partnership. Chapter 4.6 (Szecseny. Co-designing a flexible model for measuring the sustainability of local food production) by Agri Kulti. Food Corridors Lead Partner Comunidade Intermunicipal da Região de Coimbra. Available at: Bertényi-Nemes, 2021: The good-enough kitchen: ways and recipies for a sustainable gastronomy. Open Books Publishing. Hamman-Bertényi-Králl (et al.), […]


The main objective of this 3-year (2012-14) research project in the Balassagyarmat Micro Region (Nógrád County, N-Hungary) was to explore the agro-ecological conditions of the micro region and to map the social and economic relations and possible conflicts. Additionally, the project aimed to identify viable long-term proposals in the field of rural development. In 2013 […]


The key objective of this 2014 research in the Kadarkút-Nagybajom Micro Region, (SW-Hungary) was to identify and map the agro-ecological and human resources in a LFA (Less Favored Area), with typically small villages, lacking an effective economic focus point. The research was carried out in cooperation with Agri Kulti and the ELTE Faculty of Social […]