Thank you to everyone that attended the event both in Brussels and online. Recordings of the sessions can be found on the agenda page along with copies of all slides shown during the event.
EIT Food’s 2023 flagship conference will be the last before institutional change at European level in 2024. It provides a unique opportunity for the largest food community in the world to inspire lawmakers, by sharing evidence-based insights, business cases, and concrete recommendations on how, together, we can make change happen to transform our food systems. With its extensive track record of infusing innovation in the ecosystem, accelerating its take up and adoption from farmers to consumers, and providing frequent unique feedback to decision makers, the EIT Food Partnership can once again help shape the more sustainable, resilient and transparent system we need.
By the time we meet, European lawmakers will be shaping the future framework for sustainable food systems, the EU Protein Strategy, while also working on soil health, packaging / labelling, consumer information, financial instruments, etc. At a time when the EU’s best in class stance may be challenged internationally and internally, when the transition and costs attached may be questioned, the EIT Food conference provides the perfect opportunity to shape the future of our food, drawing from an amazing community dedicated to innovation. We are non-partisan, work with facts and figures and for impact.
Discussions at the Future of Food Conference will be captured in our Manifesto detailing our recommendations for the new EU legislature beginning in 2024.
The manifesto will identify changes that can inform policymakers in…
Supporting SMEs to drive change, amplifying industry value chain perspectives, improving soil health and carbon storage, centring consumers in food system change, mainstreaming protein diversification and more.
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|€170||NGO's/SMEs and Startups|
|€115||EIT Food Partners (Strategic, Delivery & Community)|
|€115||Academia, research organisations|
|€50||Students & EIT Food programme alumni|
|€0||National Government, Regulator, EU Institutions, Perm Rep, Diplomatic missions to the EU, Press & Media, Speakers, EIT Food Staff & Supervisory Board Members|
The Alberts One, is an award-winning vending robot that makes personalised healthy smoothies, soups, and plant-based shakes on the spot. It uses frozen fruits, vegetables, and plant-based protein sources, and only adds pure water to ensure the snacks are nutritious and have a minimal sugar content (<5%). Alberts is revolutionizing the way we access food by breaking away from the traditional food chain model. Each machine is a 1m2 micro-factory that produces food on the spot, making healthy choices convenient for people on the go.
There will be a vending robot at the Future of Food Conference – make sure to check it out!
EIT Food is the world’s largest and most dynamic food innovation community. We accelerate innovation to build a future-fit food system that produces healthy and sustainable food for all.
Supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union, we invest in projects, organisations and individuals that share our goals for a healthy and sustainable food system. We unlock innovation potential in businesses and universities and create and scale agrifood startups to bring new technologies and products to market. We equip entrepreneurs and professionals with the skills needed to transform the food system and put consumers at the heart of our work, helping build trust by reconnecting them to the origins of their food.
We are one of nine innovation communities established by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), an independent EU body set up in 2008 to drive innovation and entrepreneurship across Europe.
To find out more, please visit: www.eitfood.eu
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