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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!

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The European Food Systems Education and Training (EFSET) programme addresses the increasingly challenging array of food-related problems, such as food waste or malnutrition.
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Numerous food scandals in the past decade have opened the eyes of consumers in Europe on the prevalence of fraud in the food industry.
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The Smart Tags communication project is set to increase consumer trust towards food products by sharing information about the food product value chain during the whole life-cycle of the product, enabling novel service concepts and…
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A new class of plant-based ingredients produced by a combination of an air milling, classification and electro-separation process has recently been developed and become available.
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Using innovative technology to develop a healthy sugar substitute
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Creating an innovative food antioxidant from Olive oil by-products
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A substantial part of the food industries' produce ends up to now as waste.
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Triboelectric separation is a technology which is so far used in mineral processing. The water-free separation is based on the induced electrical contact charge of particle surfaces.
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The aim of the project will be to develop an interactive platform for families with children from different countries where they will have the opportunity to receive information and advice about how to improve their food habits and choices…
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Access to fresh produce is and will continue to be an issue in the densely populated European cities. Due to the long and complex supply chain up to 40% of the products ends as waste and the nutrient value of the remaining ones is often…
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Improving the functionality, stability and quality of hydrocolloids
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Excessive sugar consumption is a contributing factor for a variety of non-communicable diseases (e.g. Type 2 diabetes, that currently affects 9% of the global population).