The EU-funded project SMARTCHAIN hosted today its closing event, showcasing its main findings and recommendations to support collaborative Short Food Supply Chains (SFSCs) in Europe. The 3-year long project brought together a wide range of policymakers, practitioners and researchers interested in learning more on collaborative SFSCs and how to support their growth.
On the occasion of its closing event, SMARTCHAIN has prepared a Press Release also informing about the launch of a digital booklet “Insights & recommendations to support collaborative Short Food Supply Chains” based on the main results of the project. In this booklet, elaborated by EUFIC & the SMARTCHAIN consortium, farmers, food producers and other SFSCs practitioners can find applicable solutions, recommendations and useful tips to improve business performance while increasing sustainability. The English version of the SMARTCHAIN booklet can be found here. It will also be soon available in eight additional languages: Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Serbian and Spanish.
Below you can find the Press Release in 9 languages: