FOOD

prioritizing proximity and environmental respect


The industrialization of food production has changed the balanced relationship traditional farmers had with the land, significantly reduced the number of varieties of crops that are cultivated, increased the distance between the places where food is produced and consumed, lowered the quality of most food products, and changed the way we eat, often with negative results.

At the Orri, we work actively to support an alternative model of food production. From the beginning, we have chosen the products we serve based on two criteria: proximity (locally produced foods) and environmental respect (organically produced foods). Over the years, we've established a relationship of trust with a network of more than 30 suppliers. Some are neighbors, others are militant organic farmers. Sourcing our food in this way allows us to favor both local and environmentally friendly food production, support people who share our ideals, and serve products of exceptional quality to our guests.

healthy food = healthy people unhealthy food = unhealthy people
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