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24 November 2023Online
In October, companies, technological centres and universities from southern Spain gathered to learn more about the ZeroW project and Food Loss & Waste reduction. The workshop was organised by Grupo La Caña.
In this short overview, ZeroW Project Coordinator Anna George gives an update on the progress of the ZeroW project including results and achievements from the first year and a half of the project period.
Living Lab #3 "Wasteless greenhouse solutions" have successfully finalised object detection and categorization AI models. Learn more about the progress in this article.
All ZeroW innovations are supported to ensure the scalability of their solutions. This is done via regional stakeholder workshops where experts provide their input on the bottleneck dimensions of each pilot.
According to the cluster organization and ZeroW-project partner ASINCAR, prevention and reduction of food waste (FLW) is at the top of industrial agendas within the meat industry.
WP1 in the ZeroW project is working to develop a high-level economic model encompassing the food supply chain actors. Here you can read about the progress and the scope for the model..
In late June, ZeroW partners joined forces in Brussels to present and discuss the progress on the FLW innovation that is going on all over Europe as part of this project.
The 0FLW Dataspace is a decentralized infrastructure for trustworthy data sharing and exchange in data ecosystems based on commonly agreed principles.
Did you know that each inhabitant of the European Union generates 127 kilograms of food waste per year? And that 45% of this waste is created along the supply chain?
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