Enhancing inclusion, trust and transparency
We believe inclusive systems innovation, which enables all people and places to participate and benefit, is essential to a strong food system that is better for everyone. With teams on the ground across Europe, we strive to bridge the gap between countries and regions with low innovation capacity and those leading the way.
Importantly, we put consumers at the heart of our work, helping build trust by reconnecting them to the origins of their food, directly involving them in the innovation process, and working with the food sector to increase transparency.
The EIT Food FutureFoodMakers have launched their manifesto for the food system, the Menu for Change. Find out more about their calls to action for European food sector stakeholders.
EIT Food celebrates impact at awards ceremony
October 27, 2021
Four winners have been announced for the EIT Food Annual Event.
The EIT Food Trust Report reveals how much trust European consumers have in the agrifood industry and the integrity of food products. Here we highlight the key findings and explore where more work needs to be done to increase trust.
Innovation is vital as we work to transform our food system, but we must ensure no one is left behind. How does inclusive systems innovation enable everyone to become involved and benefit?
Young people are instrumental in shaping the future of food and deserve a voice. Here we explore the key findings of the recent EIT Food report about Gen Z, 'Our Food, Our Food System', which seeks to understand what young people want,…
Food fraud: can we trust the authenticity of our food?
March 11, 2021
Food fraud poses a serious threat to the food system. How can we fight against it and be confident that the food we are buying is authentic and safe?
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