All EIT Food projects
There are many different EIT Food activities helping us build a better food system for Europe. Browse our projects to find out more!
Total Results: 24
EIT Climate-KIC, EIT Digital, EIT Food, EIT Manufacturing, Athena Research Centre and BioAzul joint forces to face the real challenges around water scarcity.
RIS Professional Development
Building talent able to tackle the challenges faced by the agrifood sector
Regenerative agriculture offers one of the greatest opportunities to help Europe address human and climate health, along with the financial well-being of farmers.
The Regenerative Agriculture Revolution is a series of activities whose overall aim is to help farmers and agrifood businesses adopt more regenerative farming practices and raise public awareness about the important health, environmental and economic benefits of eating regeneratively produced food.
Proofs of concepts help to determine whether an idea, a specific concept or approach when turned into reality would bring societal impact as envisioned.
PHENOILS. New technologies implementation in RIS regions’ olive oil mills for healthier olive oil extraction
This programme incorporates new physical technologies in the extraction of the virgin olive oil process in order to produce oils with a higher amount of minor components with higher preventive eﬀects such as polyphenols and tocopherols.
Training, mentoring, business coaching and networking opportunities for women entrepreneurs in the agrifood sector
2021 Applications are now closed
Capacity building and education for the public sector
The Action Line is divided into 2 complementary programmes – RIS Fellowships dedicated to Master of Science students and graduates and RIS Talents dedicated to Ph.D. students and postdocs from 28 EIT RIS countries which both aim to promote brain circulation, contributing to enhancing the innovativeness of personnel and development of scientific impact by supporting the creation and diffusion of high-quality new knowledge, skills, competences and solutions to food system challenges.
EIT Food RIS Innovation Grants is the umbrella term for business creation activities for EIT RIS beneficiaries.
Enabling female entrepreneurs to build successful, sustainable agrifood businesses
Reversing the obesity epidemic by detecting risks in childhood
Reducing desertification, improving soils and increasing carbon sequestration through biological charcoal (biochar) and compost
Get matched with a farmer and test your solution on the field!
The training brings together 40 professionals from different backgrounds and countries, who will have an opportunity to gain knowledge of the tools, techniques, and methodologies used in the process of new product development in the food industry.
Connecting publicly funded agrifood research infrastructure to the market.
The application period for Poland has been extended to June 14!
Where brilliant co-founders team up and create impactful agrifood startups.
We help startups from Southern and Eastern Europe navigate EIT Food Entrepreneurship programmes
RIS Consumer Engagement Labs are pre-competitive co-creation sessions carried out by a similar group of consumers (selected based on specific segmentation criteria) in a joint, physical place and limited in time, focused on ideation/ development of new product concepts.
EIT Food Regional Innovation Scheme (RIS) implements the “EIT Food RIS Strategy, 2018-2020”.
Creative community, advanced know-how, unique programme, expert trainers and mentors, this is EIT Jumpstarter. With the contribution of best-in-class experts, creative community, unique know-how our aim is to support idea-holders to turn their ideas into business.
Apply by April 30!
EIT Food Government Executive Academy brings together public sector representatives from 28 RIS countries, researchers working in the field of agrifood innovations from industry, academia and European institutions.
EIT Food, EIT Climate, EIT Manufacturing, EIT Raw Materials and BioAzul joint forces to face the real challenges around water scarcity
The objective of this programme is to enhance knowledge and overcome current barriers to tackle water scarcity in Southern Europe through innovation, entrepreneurship, education and communication.
Girls-Go-Circular (GGC) aims to close the digital gender gap by equipping girls of age 14 – 18, with digital and entrepreneurial competences through a blended learning model. GGC invites talents to draw connections, co-create and propose solution supporting local-to-global Circular Food Systems empowering girls as future game-changers by enhancing transversal and digital skills.