Unavoidable food loss and waste is the basis for a sustainable circular bio economy
Eliza Gambuzzi is a R&D Technician working with the HOOP project to vitalise Europe's urban bioeconomy. Here, she talks about how unavoidable food loss and waste is the basis for a sustainable circular bio economy.
See video: Eliza Gambuzzi about fostering urban circular economies
What is a ZeroW-Hero?
A ZeroW-Hero is a person who is making a difference in the fight against FLW and whom the partners behind the ZeroW project think deserves extra attention.
It can be any kind of person; a researcher, an entrepreneur, a student, a scientist or anybody who is making a difference in the fight against FLW
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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..
Targeted, data-driven interventions in poultry production can reduce meat waste dramatically
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.
ZeroW partners share results and ideas in Brussels
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.