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Food Foresight: the Impact of COVID-19 in the Agrifood Sector in Central and Eastern Europe

Future-proof or future ready? Read our Food Foresight report and learn how the coronavirus will transform the agrifood sector in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)!

06 Apr 2022
EIT Food North-East

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The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the most pressing challenges in our complicated food system.

  • What can we do to better prepare for the ​transformation of the agrifood sector caused by the coronavirus?
  • How can we grasp the opportunities that come out of the crisis and improve our food?

The Food Foresight was based on the macroeconomic analysis, brainstorming sessions with experts, interviews with academic, business and research partners from 12 countries in the CEE region, including Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia.

The agrifood industry analysis includes the influence of various scenarios of pandemic development on each part of the food value chain. The CEE Food Foresight report shows the impact of COVID19 on the regional level and the separate country reports inform about key trends in each of the 12 Central European countries.

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