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European Commission approves ZeroW Project towards a Zero Food Waste Supply Chain

Within the framework of European Union's Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (Horizon 2020), European Commission has approved the ZeroW Project- Systemic Innovations towards a Zero Food Waste Supply Chain. This initiative has a budget of approximately of 13 million euros with a duration of 48 months and involves 46 entities of 16 European countries.

Andalusian Institute of Agricultural and Fisheries Research and Training (IFAPA) under the Andalusian Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Sustainable Development, participates in this project coordinated by Inlecom Commercial Pathways.

ZeroW has set the ambitious target of playing a key role in the transition of current food systems towards halving Food Loss & Waste (FLW) by 2030 and reaching near-zero FLW by 2050. ZeroW provides significant impacts through the demonstration of innovations in nine real-life food chains to effectively address the multidimensional issue of FLW by employing a systemic innovation approach. 

 

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