SKIN local impact in Italy continues

Local engagement activities driving interest on the project and pave the way for short food chain development

TINADA continues its dissemination activities in Italy to foster knowledge transfer from the project and engagement with local actors and farmers in Italy. Two major local presentations took place on May 2018 in Monte S.Angelo and Rovo di Puglia, where SKIN was introduced as an innovative action at European level bringing local consumers closer to producers.



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