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Evaluating collaborative scenarios for short food supply chains: a case study on high-level processing technology

Van Parys, E. et al. (2023), Evaluating collaborative scenarios for short food supply chains: a case study on high-level processing technology. Int J Food Sci Technol, 58: 5591-5601. https://doi.org/10.1111/ijfs.16551

Life cycle assessment of a small-scale and low-input organic apple value chain including fresh fruit, juice and applesauce

S. Le Féon et al. Life cycle assessment of a small-scale and low-input organic apple value chain including fresh fruit, juice and applesauce, Cleaner Environmental Systems, Volume 11, 2023, 100141, ISSN 2666-7894, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cesys.2023.100141.

Life cycle inventory and life cycle impact assessment datasets of PDO Feta production in Stymfalia region, Greece

Samuel Le Féon, Andreas Papadakis, Gwenola Yannou-Le Bris, Julie Auberger, Dimitrios Chatzitheodorou, Joël Aubin, Caroline Pénicaud, Life cycle inventory and life cycle impact assessment datasets of PDO Feta production in Stymfalia region, Greece, Data in Brief, Volume 48, 2023, 109207, ISSN 2352-3409, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2023.109207 

Designing Co-creation Activities for Innovation in Food

This June 2021 workshop brought together five sister projects in the European Union Horizon 2020 program, CO-FRESH, FOODRUS, LOWINFOOD, PLOUTOS and FAIRCHAIN. This presentation outlines FAIRCHAIN’s take on co-creation for innovation in intermediate agri-food value chains presented by project partner Fraunhofer ISI.

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The Sustainable Food System Innovation Platform now available

February 2022

We are all part of the food supply chain! If you innovate in the agri-food sector then the Sustainable Food System (SFS) Innovation Platform is for you!

The FAIRCHAIN project held its kick-off meeting

November 2020

Food science, food industry and food associations kicked off the Horizon 2020 FAIRCHAIN project with online discussions on 5 and 6 November 2020. Representatives of the 20 project partners, located in 8 European countries, began planning the work for this 4-year project with a budget from the European Commission of nearly 7 million euros.

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Media coverage

Article published in the Västerbottens kuriren  related to the FAIRCHAIN Sweden case study in July 2021  [in Swedish]