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11/08/2015

Water reuse and resource efficiency will boost the European food sector

Industry-led research is delivering practical solutions and effective technologies to reduce water and energy use, cut waste and design a sustainable European food system: an international conference is organised in Brussels on 27 October 2015 to present innovative tools for the water and food sectors.

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15/05/2014

RESFOOD Info Session on horticulture showcased new technologies to overcome the future challenges in fruit and vegetable production

The RESFOOD Info Session on horticulture was organized at Demokwekerij, The Netherlands, on 8th of May with the attendance of 30 researchers and industry representatives (fruit and vegetable growers, as well as equipment suppliers) working in the horticulture field.

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20/03/2014

RESFOOD Info Session on Horticulture
The RESFOOD Project is organising an info session on Thursday 8th of May, from 9.00 to 14.00, to share and discuss its preliminary results on resource efficiency and safety in horticulture with the industry, especially the SMEs: end-users and suppliers.

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11/12/2013

RESFOOD Project: “Resource efficiency and safety for the whole food chain”
After the first year lab results, partners get ready for pilot tests
It’s been a year now that the RESFOOD project started its research activities to develop innovative technologies with the aim to boost resource efficiency and safety in the whole food chain, from horticulture to food processing and retail. The RESFOOD research partners have already achieved encouraging preliminary results during this first year and a set of new technologies are now selected to be further investigated at the pilot scale in the coming months.

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27/11/2012
Innovative technologies for resource efficient and safe food: RESFOOD project launched!
The 1st of November signs the starting of RESFOOD project, “Resource efficient and safe food production and processing”, a 3-year collaborative project funded by the European Commission, under the Environment Programme (call ENV.2012.6.3-1). The Project Coordinator Mr. Willy van Tongeren welcomed all partners at the TNO office in Hoofddorp, The Netherlands during the kick-off meeting on 22nd-23rd of November, where 35 representatives from project partners met and gave the official launch to the project.

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