Results of EIT Food Consumer Engagement Labs selection process

19 March 2019 News Public Engagement EIT Food has the pleasure to inform that a consortia of scientific organisations, companies and non-governmental organisations has been selected for the EIT Food RIS Consumer Engagement Labs activity.

Results of EIT Food Consumer Engagement Labs selection process

EIT Food has the pleasure to inform that a consortia of scientific organisations, companies and non-governmental organisations has been selected for the EIT Food RIS Consumer Engagement Labs activity.

These organisations are:

  • Lithuania: Kaunas University of Technology; Palink UAB; Ekofrisa UAB; AVOO / MB Maisto architektai / UAB INNOFOODS; Kauna Dalnavos bendruomenes centras Draugyste.
  • Poland: Poznań University of Life Sciences; Gminne Składy Sp. z o.o.; Folwark Wąsowo; COFACTOR Sp. z o.o.; Adam Mickiewicz University Foundation, Poznan Science and Technology Park (AMUF/PSTP).
  • Spain: INURA - University Institute for the Research in Agri-food Resources, University of Extremadura; Lider Aliment S.A.; IBERITOS, HUERTA DEHESA EL ALCORNOCAL S.L.; Convento Cowork / Brain Connectors; HINEPA, Associacion International de Atencion a la Persona.

In the case of Portugal, the call for consortium of organisations has been relaunched.
Read more about it here.

Experts from CLC North-East, CLC South and University of Warsaw have evaluated applications from Lithuania, Poland and Spain. Please find below the results:

Spain - consortium no. 1

  • INURA - University Institute for the Research in Agri-food Resources, University of Extremadura
  • Lider Aliment S.A.
  • IBERITOS, HUERTA DEHESA EL ALCORNOCAL S.L.
  • Convento Cowork / Brain Connectors
  • HINEPA, Associacion International de Atencion a la Persona
  • score: 94% - selected

Lithuania - consortium no. 1

  • Kaunas University of Technology
  • Palink UAB
  • Ekofrisa UAB
  • AVOO / MB Maisto architektai / UAB INNOFOODS
  • Kauna Dalnavos bendruomenes centras Draugyste
  • score: 96% - selected

Lithuania - consortium no. 2

  • Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, Institute of Horticulture
  • UAB Sanitex
  • UAB Melyne
  • MB Inferna
  • National Food Cluster
  • score: 88% - not selected

Lithuania - consortium no. 3

  • Vytautas Magnus University
  • MB Zalia rasa
  • Cafe LA Rumba / Audoritas
  • MB Reakiro LT
  • Senjoru inicjatyvu centras
  • score: 79% - not selected

Lithuania - consortium no. 4

  • Lithuanian University of Health Sciences
  • UAB Proteino standartai
  • UAB Spareina
  • Skonio Laboratorija
  • Association Naujieji Romainiai
  • score: 76% - not selected

Poland - consortium no. 1

  • Poznań University of Life Sciences
  • Gminne Składy Sp. z o.o.
  • Folwark Wąsowo
  • COFACTOR Sp. z o.o.
  • Adam Mickiewicz University Foundation, Poznan Science and Technology Park (AMUF/PSTP)
  • score: 85% - selected

Poland - consortium no. 2

  • Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences
  • Wagnerówka Demonstration Ecological Farm
  • Labor Farmaceutyczno-Chemiczna Spółdzielnia Pracy
  • Sovigo
  • Foundation "Semper Naturalae"
  • score: 71% - not selected

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