EIT Food has six strategic objectives
1. Gain consumer trust
EIT Food supports European citizens in the transition towards a smart food system that is inclusive and reassuring.
2. Create healthier food choices
EIT Food enables individuals to make informed and affordable personal nutrition choices.
3. Build a connected food system around the consumer
EIT Food develops a digital food supply network with consumers and industry as equal partners.
4. Enhance sustainability
EIT Food develops solutions to transform the traditional 'produce-use-dispose' model into a circular bio-economy.
5. Educate to engage, innovate and advance
EIT Food provides 'food system' skills for more than 10,000 students, entrepreneurs and professionals through advanced training programmes.
6. Promote food entrepreneurship and innovation
EIT Food fosters innovation at all stages of business creation.
This 10-day Summer School hosted in Hohenheim is in partnership with Queen's University Belfast and the University of Cambridge.
Places are limited to 26 so apply now for your chance to take part in an experience which will equip you to understand contemporary and future food challenges and respond to the needs of consumers and employers.
During the workshop, you and your team will come up with innovative ways to reconnect agri-food, technology and society and pitch your solutions and business ideas to a panel on the final day.
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