18-22 February 2019
I-Con project was presented at the 169th EAAE Seminar on System Dynamics and Innovation in Food Networks in Garmisch-P, Germany. The forum features presentations and discussions that should foster exchange, creativity, and the development of new ideas for innovative and interdisciplinary research. As part of the program, on the 20 February 2019, Campden BRI Hungary presented its experiences related to the applicability of practical assessment toolkits on determination of the needs of SMEs in food safety, quality and cost effectiveness.
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13-17 January 2017
An article on "Food SMEs needs on food safety, labelling" has been presented at the 11th International European Forum (Igls-Forum) by Adrienn Hegyi from Campden BRI Hungary.
The food sector together with other value-chain related sectors represents one of the most important, potential fields to leverage improvement of socio-economic situation in remote areas. Understanding of their needs, challenges are crucial and also support them with practical solutions to handle their challenges in time.
Mrs. Susanne Braun, a representative of the University of Hohenheim I-CON team, is also partner of the Organic Food System Programme (OFSP), a programme on taking and further developing the organic food system as a pilot model and living laboratory to understand drivers of sustainable food consumption and to link this to real-world examples of sustainable production and consumption.
Overall, the central question is how to make food systems more sustainable?
Open Day of Campden BRI Hungary
The Open Day of Campden BRI Hungary was held in 12nd December 2017 in Budapest. Over 60 participants attended to the event mostly from the food industry. The Open Day provided a great opportunity to promote the project I-CON to local audience.
The polish Chamber of Food Industry and Packaging hosted the 3rd steering committee in Warsaw last 10 and 11 October. Partners discussed on SMEs food related problems and solution providers, aming at finding concrete potential matchings in Central Europe. The 'IV Food Safety Congress' has been a fruitful occasion to bring all partners, supporter institutions, stakeholders and professions in regards to innovation in production, logistics and supply chain for business success, quality and safety in primary production.
CNA choose the SIA GUEST fair held in Rimini last 12 October to support a group of food related companies in connecting with the most ideal marketplace for presenting new trends and technology and innovations that change the world of 'breakfast'.
The area showcased products and equipment for a “Breakfast made in Italy”.
Our partner CBHU is one of the main organizers of the final round of external consultations on 'Guidelines for the Substantiation of Health Claims on Bioactive Enriched Foods’. Programme
Mrs. Susanne Braun, a representative of the University of Hohenheim I-CON team, is also partner of the Organic Food System Programme (OFSP)....
I-CON was presented as good practice in the framework of the 'Smart Regions 2.0 Conference'. The event provided the opportunity to share experience between projects supported by the European Structural Investment Funds and other EU Programmes in the areas of research, industrial policy, education and skills.
An article concerning Food SMEs needs on food safety, labelling will be presented at the forum by Campden BRI Hungary...
Once again in 2017, R2B - Research to Business is bringing the innovation protagonists to Bologna. Two days to talk about research and business collaboration, new technology and learn about the most promising start-ups, parties and institutions which support innovation of businesses, and top scientific discoveries. Come visit us in D3 Cna Innovazione!!
Campden BRI (CBHU, HUNGARY) hosted the second steering committee meeting in Budapest last December 12th and 13th ....
Last June 29th and 30th, Bologna hosted the launch meeting of I-CON, which will develop over three years of intense activity in accompanying SMEs toward innovation and the improving of competences and skills, to be concluded in May 2019.....