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.
How can digital traceability increase trust in the agrifood industry?
February 11, 2021
Consumer trust is vital if we are to drive positive change in the agrifood industry. Do digital traceability technologies hold the key to true transparency?
Can we trust fish from aquaculture – is it safe to eat?
November 01, 2021
As the demand for farmed seafood increases, it’s vital that the aquaculture industry continues to provide authentic and safe-to-eat seafood.
The future of food with EIT Food's FutureFoodMakers
Join Matt backstage at the Future of Food conference where he gets the lowdown from EIT Food FutureFoodMakers Sasha Cohen Ioannides, Chloé Dorin and Emilija Oreščanin.
Addressing gender bias: how to build an equitable food system
Gender equity is better for business - so why do gender barriers still exist? How do we ensure we are designing a fair and equitable future…
Ten female entrepreneurs from Latvia have been selected for participation in the EWA (Empowering Women in Agrifood) support program, which aims to develop women's business ideas and reduce gender inequality in the agriculture and food…
The AnnualFoodAgenda is aligned with EIT Food’s vision to build a world where everybody can access and enjoy sustainable, safe, and healthy food.
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