EIT Food Grow Workshops

The Grow Workshops are two modules of educational sessions to debate emerging trends and technologies in the area of sustainability in the agricultural sector:

  • Role of soils and the Food Web in agriculture

  • Regenerative agriculture practices

  • Role of the bio economy on farms     

  • Agricultural digitization and new business models

ABOUT US

About EIT Food Grow Workshops

Grow Workshops are two educational sessions to debate the trends and emerging technologies of sustainability in the agrifood industry. The goal is to debate and rethink the practices and techniques used in the field and explore new business models based on new potentials and technologies, as well as establishing a network of contacts within the European sustainability ecosystem. These workshops are free, starting on the 6th and 27th of November and are meant for producers and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) that work in the primary sector of food production.

About EIT Food

EIT Food, established by European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT), aims at building an inclusive and innovative community of different partners in the agrifood industry in order to promote innovation and entrepreneurship in the industry all across Europe.

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WORKSHOPS

The Grow Workshops focused on themes such as:

Role of soils and Food Web in Agriculture

Regenerative Agriculture Practices

Role of the bio economy on farms

Agricultural digitalization and new business models

Practical Cases

 
 

OUR PARTNERS

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BGI - Building Global Innovators is a deep tech accelerator, spin out of MIT Portugal, an entrepreneurship and innovation initiative, with more than 10 years of experience that aims to boost the planet by ensuring that the most promising deep tech solutions reach the market. The main mission is to create a connected generation of builders, through training, financing and unique opportunities, helping people to become successful entrepreneurs.

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The Food4Sustainability (F4S) CoLAB is a collaborative laboratory located in Portugal that aims to solve large-scale problems in biological food systems (e.g. feed, fish, algae, vegetables) for climate resilience. F4S CoLAB is at the forefront of the shift from linear agrifood production processes to circular processes. The objective of F4S CoLAB is to test and implement new approaches in food production systems that have a positive impact: CO2 mitigation, non-use of chemicals, sustainable intensification (maximization of land use), preservation of water and environmental impact, and increasing efficiency in the food sector value chain.

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Vitagora is a French agrifood innovation cluster that connects a set of associated companies to innovation partners and allows access to an extensive international networking in the area. By providing tools and support to build ecosystems, strategic intelligence, practical support for innovation and knowledge sharing, Vitagora takes its members to the heart of the potential of food innovation in Europe.

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Lunds University was founded in 1666 and has repeatedly been named one of the top 100 universities in the world. The university has around 44,000 students and more than 8,000 employees, spread across Lund, Helsingborg and Malmö. Lunds University strives to understand, explain and improve the world and the human condition.

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AIT Austrian Institute of Technology is the largest RTO (Research and Technology Organization) in Austria, and is also a key player on the international scene in several of its research areas. AIT is a leading development partner for the industry and a top employer among the international scientific community.