Innovations for Zero Food Loss & Waste

Why ZeroW?

Climate change. Food insecurity. A fragile global food system. All these challenges are worsened by food loss and waste.

If we want to sustainably feed a growing world population, we need to start by tackling food loss and waste - all the way from farm to fork. That is what the ZeroW project is about.

 

News from ZeroW

Check out our 9 living labs across Europe

Reducing FLW through real-life systemic innovation labs

FLW

#1 FLW monitoring and assesment

#2 Innovative sustainable and smart packaging

#3 Wasteless greenhouse solutions

Mobile food

#4 Mobile food valorisation as a service

Ugly food

#5 Ugly food identification

#6 Data driven production process control

#7 Efficient food bank networks

#8 FLW valorisation through algae production

#9 Informing and nudging consumers

Every year...

...one-third of food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted globally. The ZeroW project is now launching to help the transition of current food systems towards halving Food Loss & Waste (FLW) by 2030 and reaching a near-zero level by 2050.

The ZeroW project was launched to help the transition of current food systems

...towards halving Food Loss & Waste (FLW) by 2030 and reaching a near-zero level by 2050.

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Who is behind?

ZeroW is an EU project funded under the Green Deal call of the Horizon 2020 Programme (Grant Agreement no. 101036388). 46 partners across Europe are working together to find new and innovative ways to reduce food loss and waste.