SKIN impact on regional law on short food supply chain in Apulia region

13 September 2018, Bari, Italy

The Apulia Region, in cooperation with the University of Foggia and with the support of TINADA, have organized an event dedicated to the short food supply chain (SFSC) and valorization of 0km products.

The event "Dal progetto SKIN alla legge regionale sulla filiera corta" was held in the International contest of the Fiera del Levante and involved different actors from the agrifood system, such as accademics, farmers, associations and policy makers.

During the workshop, it was presented the recent law approved by the Apulia Region about "0km products valorization" obtained also with the contribution of SKIN project inputs. Expertshighlighted the importance of SFSC and the benefits from the new law for the environmental sustainability and product quality, supporting producers, for example through the purchase and consumption of public administrations and commercial operators, guaranteeing transparency in the traceability and provenance of products also to consumers.  

The event represented a good opportunity also to share the SKIN vision, results and to promote new activities and good practices.

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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