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Short supply chain knowledge and innovation network

Food: a place of trust where producers and society must meet

Re-connecting the two extremities of the food supply chain, reconciling producers with citizens, stimulating mutual trust and supporting the development of the short food supply chain economy, based on common values on food, its origin and production method

Appelen RoesOpen Video
Franken AgroOpen Video
De WalhoeveOpen Video
De LaarhoeveOpen Video
’t SchopOpen Video
Mini kiwi fruit plantationOpen Video
Áperte BreweryOpen Video
Martin Collison: "Blockchain"Open Video
Simon Pearson: "Blockchain"Open Video

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Short Food Supply Chains are characterized by maximum one intermediary between producer and consumer

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Promoting innovation from the ground, bottom-up and demand-driven in the short food chain domain

Network
Nature
Proximity
Land use
19 Mar 2019 European Diversity Cereal Festival

26-28 June 2019

12 Mar 2019 EIP-AGRI Operational Groups assessment 2018

Final Report on EIP-AGRI Operational Groups now available

7 Mar 2019 Short food supply chain as measure against rural depopulation

Watch the short video interview of our partner from Cooperativa Agroalimentarias

5 Mar 2019 Horticulture 4.0

University of Chichester, October 2016

25 Feb 2019 Innovation in short food supply chains

Read the latest EIP Agri brochure on short food supply chain

SKIN creates a community of relations for the economy of the future

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Short supply chain knowledge and innovation network

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement N.728055