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We are in the midst of a sustainability crisis: it is well recognised that the social and environmental impacts of today’s food production are unsustainable. We need to change the way we do things, creating sustainable, healthy food…
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In 2017 Yoav Politi, Idan Alyagor and Yuval Gilad were researchers at the Weizmann Institute in Israel, exploring molecular genetics and developmental biology. The same year, Monika Tomecka, who holds a PhD in biomedical science, and Brian…
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The need for sustainable innovations in the agri-food industry is vital. EIT Food’s innovation projects aim to address sustainability challenges by providing solutions across the food system. Find out more about the projects that are…
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As consumers, we rely on the food industry to provide us with the foods we want and need. Is the food industry doing a good job at this? We ask consumers whether they trust the industry to do the right thing.
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In a food system where produce travels across national borders to supermarkets and hypermarkets, many eaters are losing their connection with food—they don’t often know where it comes from or who grew, harvested, or processed the products…
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Testing the market: Why validating your business idea is one of the most valuable steps in your business journey
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Improving the food system requires innovative solutions that have real impact. However, achieving impact is challenging because the best ideas and talent often struggle to reach the open market and achieve impact at scale. At EIT Food, we…
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Riga Edition: For this edition of the Chef on Tour series Josh is in Riga, exploring Europe’s largest bazaar with Latvia’s inspiring food entrepreneurs involved in everything from cheese, to beer, to cooking in the great outdoors.
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There’s no question that the climate crisis is having an impact across the globe. The planet’s average temperature has risen about 0.9ºC since the late 1800s, driven primarily by human industrial activity. Five of the hottest years on…