Projects that successfully connect food producers to nearby consumers can struggle to be seen. The EU-funded SKIN project brought together partners from across Europe to share their knowledge. Reconnecting the two ends of the food supply chain benefits farmers and citizens alike, improving access to local resources while protecting the environment.
Ancient European hunter-gatherers have been characterised as mainly meat eaters. Yet the EU-funded HIDDEN FOODS project unearthed clear evidence that they in fact routinely ate plant-based foods. This suggests that alongside protein and fat, glucose was potentially key to the survival of the ancestors of European citizens.
The global economy is dominated by multinational corporations whose sheer complexity is often
All too often, waste ends up in landfill or is incinerated. The EU-funded DAFIA project sought to
Certain plastic materials can be incredibly difficult to recycle. The EU-funded MultiCycle project
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