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EIT Food Accelerator Network
EIT Food Accelerator Network

EIT Food Accelerator Network

Partnering with the world-leading corporates & research institutions in the agrifood space

The EIT Food Accelerator Network (EIT FAN) connects impactful agrifood startups with industry-leading corporate and research partners to pilot their technology and drive the ultimate goal: a successful market adoption.

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Project team

Christoph Mandl
Christoph Mandl
Institution EIT Food

Partners

The following partners are involved in the project

AZTI
BÜHLER
DOEHLER
ETH ZÜRICH
Givaudan
JOHN DEERE
NESTLÉ
PEPSICO
Strauss Group
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
Technical University of Munich
University of Cambridge
University of Turin
Danone Research
University of Reading
Grupo AN S.Coop
EPFL (SWISS POLYTECHNIC FEDERAL SCHOOL)
DIL
BIOAZUL

Project Lead

Christoph Mandl
Institution

EIT Food

Contact details

Christoph.Mandl@eitfood.eu

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