Agence BM-services (FR), AITIIP Centro Tecnológico (ES)-project coordinator, BIO-MI d.o.o (HR), CARBIOLICE (FR), Enco Consulting s.r.l. (IT), EROSKI (ES), Fondazione Edmund Mach (IT), GAIA BioMaterials (SE)., INNOVARUM (ES), ITC Packaging s.l. (ES), KTH, Laboratori Archa s.r.l. (IT), Munster Technological University (IE), Natureplast SAS (FR), PROEXPORT (ES), Rebus Labs AG (CH), Riberebro Integral S.A. (ES), Safe Food Advocacy Europe A.S.B.L. (BE)
KTH is taking part in the EU funded Horizon 2020 project SISTERS. SISTERS aims to reduce food loss and food waste in the main different stages of the Food Value Chain in Europe through innovations targeted to each link of the value chain: new tools to primary producers for promoting direct and Short Chain sales (farmers); new technological innovations in packaging for processors and retailers; and awareness campaigns for retailers and consumers on food loss and food waste.
With the support of the European Commission, SISTERS will be a key EU project addressing the problem in a holistic way, reducing FLW by 27.4% and CO2 emissions by around 20% in the case studies. Our role within the project will be to extract valuable compounds from food lost (with antioxidant, antimicrobial and/or material properties) to be add in the food packaging improving sustainabilty and circularity in the food value chain.
Treesearch aims at creating a national platform to support the research on new materials from the forest. Research projects conducted within Treesearch research areas and the researchers who are active in these projects are welcome to join the platform.