After 50 years, students volunteered to restore the kiosk of the Marjan Society and on St. Duje, on May 7, exhibited and sold their own product – vegan pašticada, officially called A’ La Pašticada.
– Traditionally, liturgical, folklore and urban elements are intertwined in Sudamija, which is why the celebration of St. Duje was a real opportunity to present our high school students’ innovative sauce – À La Pašticada – said Maja Golem, expert associate at Sunce Association.
– It is a fantastic feeling to have a product that could easily be found in stores, and which combines tradition, flavors, quality and encourages a healthy lifestyle – explains student Anita Puđa.
Vegan pašticada at „Prva vidilica“ could be bought in an independent jar or as part of a gift package consisting of a wooden box with two jars of “pašticada”, a kitchen towel with the product’s logo and a recipe booklet. Students from three schools that participated in the project contributed to the final appearance of the product. Thus, the students of High School Braće Radić, Kaštel Štafilić, made a vegan sauce, the Vocational Technical School Split made a wooden box for a gift package, and the School of Design, Graphics and Sustainable Construction made the majority of the visual part, from the logo and tea towel and cookbook to photos products and designs.
If you haven’t got your own sample yet, follow our social networks where we will inform you about the new sale dates or contact the Association Sunce (mail: [email protected]) and we will connect you with the student cooperative that is in charge of product sales.
This special pašticada was created within the project that Sunce implements to strengthen the entrepreneurial skills of young people Green student companies – sustainable thinking and action.
– I hope that, together with the team of experts who worked with them on the development of the idea, we managed to bring them closer to entrepreneurial awareness and encourage them to entrepreneurship – said Margita Radman, head of the Sunce department.
If you want to establish or improve a student cooperative, strengthen the entrepreneurial skills of your students or improve the methods and tools of working with young people, the employees of the Association Sunce and their colleagues have shaped their knowledge and practical experience into a practical manual – Participate in sustainable development: understand – implement – shape: Sustainable student enterprises in Croatian secondary schools.
The manual is intended for educational institutions and civil society organizations and can be downloaded for free in PDF format on the website of the Association Sunce, in Croatian and English versions.
Anyone who wants their printed copy can contact [email protected]