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EIT Food

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What We Do

Working towards a more innovative food sector in the southern European region.

As one of EIT Food Co-Location Centres, the CLC South was established in Spain in 2017 to build bridges among leading businesses, universities, research centres, institutes and the food market. It consists of partners from Italy, Israel and Spain and of local innovation hubs in Greece, Portugal and Turkey.

With a consumer-centric approach, our main goal is to deliver a healthier lifestyle for citizens by enhancing high-value-added cooperation and integration in order to stimulate innovation, talent development and consumer involvement.

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EIT Food South

EIT Food South operates in Italy, Israel, Spain, Greece, Portugal and Turkey.

EIT Food (Impact Hub Barceló) Calle de Serrano Anguita, 13, 28004 Madrid Spain Parque Tecnológico de Bizkaia. Lekandene. Laida Bidea 214. 48170 Zamudio (Bizkaia) Spain +34 944 719 409


RIS countries   31/12/2020

Call for Organisation to Deliver the Co-Founder Matching Programme

In 2021, EIT Food is launching a new initiative focusing on team formation whereby we match people with technological solutions to transform the food system (the ‘scientist’) with brilliant ‘businesspeople’.

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Portugal, Italy, Greece and Turkey.   15/12/2020

Call to become EIT Food Hubs in 2021-2023

EIT Food is looking for organisations that would assume the role of EIT Food Hub, one in each of the countries targeted by EIT Food’s Regional Innovation Scheme: Portugal, Italy, Greece and Turkey.

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Online   07/12/2020

Call for applications: End-to-end digitalized testbeds

The initiative seeks to support the establishment of digitalisation testbeds to improve food production by reducing food waste and loss, increasing the supply chain efficiency and effectiveness, and enhancing a circular economy.

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