The European Project Co-Fresh

Working together to create sustainable and competitive European value chains for fruit and vegetables, including high protein yields

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CO-FRESH

Starting from current best practices and key success factors of innovative value chains, and the state of the art in technological and non-technological approaches, the main objective of CO-FRESH is to (re)design and pilot innovative systemic approaches to agri-food value chains to scale up this innovation at the European level. These innovative approaches will improve the economic, social and environmental performance/efficiency of these value chains, through smart integration of technological, social, organisational, managerial and institutional innovations; all of which serve to make them more sustainable.

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Countries

Pilot Cases

Agri-food value chains

NEWS

Short Food Supply Chains: Reconnecting Producers and Consumers

Short Food Supply Chains: Reconnecting Producers and Consumers

What are Short Food Supply Chains (SFSCs)? How many types of SFSCs exist? Why are they relevant? The European Food Information Council (EUFIC) just published a very interested article answering these and other questions related to SFSCs. EUFIC is an official partner...

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PROJECT

The CO-FRESH project aims to provide techniques, tools and insights on how to make agri-food value chains more environmentally sustainable, socio-economically balanced and economically competitive.

26 Partners from 10 countries are participating in the project. Included are 7 pilot cases with 7 different agri-food value chains.

EVENTS

DIGITAL GLOBAL FOOD SUMMIT 2021 (28th & 29th April, 2021)

Welcome to Foodtropolis! The future is a state of mind, and it has a name: Bioeconomy. Today, we are where we would never have dreamed of being ten years ago: We produce edible proteins, from Co2, bacteria and energy, we produce lettuce in space or in polar ice, and...

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PARTNERS

The consortium brings together key actors from agri-food value chains from 10 different countries:

  • Agri-food companies and actors’ associations (farmers, food producers, cooperatives, consumers);
  • Experts in technological (including digital) solutions and non-technological (including social, organizational and institutional) solutions;
  • Experts in environmental, social, economic and sustainability issues, and in consumer’s acceptance.
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