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Results of EIT Food Consumer Engagement Labs selection process, 2020

13 March 2020 South, North-East, Estonia EIT Food has announced that 6 consortia of scientific organisations, companies and startups have been selected for the EIT Food RIS Consumer Engagement Labs activity. Altogether 8 applications were received from Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia and Slovakia. The applications were evaluated by experts from CLC North-East, CLC South and University of Warsaw.

Results of EIT Food Consumer Engagement Labs selection process, 2020

The local consortia will work as subcontractors of EIT Food, liaising with University of Warsaw as the project leader to implement consumer co-creation workshops in their respective countries and to develop innovative food products proposed by consumers. The selected organisations are as follows:

Consortium from Estonia

  • BioCC OÜ
  • Pajumäe Talu OÜ
  • RootBioMe OÜ

Consortium from Greece

  • American Farm School Post-Secondary Educational and Training Association
  • E.G. PASSIAS S.A.
  • Exoha

Consortium from Hungary

  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics
  • Alba-Kenyer Zrt.
  • BRAVURA-GLOBAL KFT

Consortium from Italy

  • University of Bari Aldo Moro
  • Valle Fiorita Srl
  • Innovabile Srl

Consortium from Latvia

  • Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies
  • KEEFA SIA
  • SpirulinaNord SIA

Update (20.3.2020): In the relaunched call, a consortium from Slovakia was selected, consisting of:

  • Slovak University of Agriculture
  • Maxim Pharm s.r.o.
  • NU3Gen s.r.o

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