Norway
Belgium-Flanders
Hungary
Italy
Lithuania
The Netherlands
Romania
Spain-Basque Country
Austria
Estonia
Ireland
Tartu
Tartu
Milan
Milan
Amsterdam
Amsterdam
Budapest
Budapest
Barcelona
Barcelona
Sofia
Sofia
Athens
Athens
Graz
Graz
Dublin
Dublin
Birmingham
Birmingham
Azores
Azores
Aarhus
Aarhus
Trentino
Trentino
Vilnius
Vilnius
EU Think Tank
Policy Lab countries
City Labs and Food Labs
FIT4FOOD2030 partners
EU THINK TANK
The EU Think Tank links the European Commission with the FOOD 2030 Platform, serves as a sounding board, and has a global outreach.

For an overview of the EU Think Tank members click here

Norway

Policy Lab organised by:

Linda K. Magnussen

Advisor, The Research Council of Norway

Trond Einar Pedersen

Special Advisor, The Research Council of Norway

Lithuania

Policy Lab organised by:

Alvija Salaseviciene

Director of Food Institute, Food Institute of Kaunas University of Technology

Zigmas Medingis

Counsellor of Crop Production and Agri-Environment, Ministry of Agriculture

Hungary

Policy Lab organised by:

Dr. Viktória Szűcs

Head Expert of Food Industry, Hungarian Chamber of Agriculture

Gyula Dudas, PhD

Head of Food Chain Research Department, Research Institute of Agricultural Economics

Romania

Policy Lab organised by:

Denisa Duta

Associate Member, Romanian Academy of Agriculture and Forestry Sciences

Viorel Vulturescu

Ministry of Research and Innovation

Italy

Policy Lab organised by:

Silvia Baralla

Policy Officer, Ministry of Agriculture, Food, Forestry and Tourism, MIPAAFT

Mara Lai

Researcher and Policy Analyst, National Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Department of Policy and Bioeconomy

The
Netherlands

Policy Lab organised by:

Inge Stoelhorst

Ministry of Health, Wellbeing and Sports

Sjaak Mesu

Coordinating Policy Officer, Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality

Belgium
Flanders

Policy Lab organised by:

Isabelle Magnus

Policy Advisor, Flemish Ministry for Agriculture and Fisheries

Liselotte de Vos

Policy Advisor, Department Economy, Science and Innovation of the Flemish Government

Spain
Basque Country

Policy Lab organised by:

Dr. Goiuri Alberdi

Researcher Food Systems and Health, University of the Basque Country

Dr. Mirene Begiristain Zubillaga

Senior Researcher Agricultural Marketing and Food Systems

Austria

Policy Lab organised by:

Judith Benedics

Technical Officer, Austrian Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Health and Consumer Protection

Estonia

Policy Lab organised by:

Anu Aaspollu (PhD)

Senior Researcher, National Institute for Health Development

Siret Talve

Scientific Advisor, Ministry of Rural Affairs

Ireland

Policy Lab organised by:

Alexa Toomey

Senior Development Advisor, Enterprise Ireland

Eoin Riordan

Research Coordinator, Department of Agriculture

Italy
Trentino

Policy Lab organised by:

Athens
Ellinogermaniki Agogi

City Lab organised by:

Budapest
ESSRG

City Lab organised by:

Tartu
Science centre AHHAA

City Lab organised by:

Milan
Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia

City Lab organised by:

Amsterdam
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City Lab organised by:

Sofia
CRA

City Lab organised by:

Barcelona
IrsiCaixa

City Lab organised by:

Graz
IFZ

City Lab organised by:

Aarhus
Aarhus University, Department of Food Science

City Lab organised by:

Dublin
University College Dublin, Institute of Food and Health

City Lab organised by:

Birmingham
Thinktank, Birmingham Museums Trust

City Lab organised by:

Azores
FRCT - Regional Fund for Science and Technology of the Azores Regional Government

City Lab organised by:

Trentino
Fondazione Edmund Mach

City Lab organised by:

Vilnius
Institute of Social Innovations (SII)

City Lab organised by:

PARIS
FACCE-JPI
Joint Programming Initiative on Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change
Bologna
PRIMA
Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area
Barcelona
IrsiCaixa
Institut de Recerca de la Sida
Brussels
ECSITE
European network of science centres and museum
The Hague
JPI HDHL
Brussels
ILSI Europe
International Life Sciences Institute
Brussels
EUFIC
European Food Information Council
Oslo
JPIO
Joint Programming Initiative Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans
Amsterdam
VU
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Wageningen
Wageningen University & Research
Brussels
Food for Life
sub
Milan
Oslo
OSLOMET
Work Research Institute AFI
Vienna
AIT
Austrian Institute of Technology
Leuven
EIT
European Institute of Innovation & Technology
Budapest
EIT
European Institute of Innovation & Technology
FOOD 2030 Platform

FOOD2030 Platform Has Evolved!

FOOD 2030 Platform has evolved into Sustainable Food Systems Network. You can learn more about the Sustainable Food Systems Network here!

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FOOD 2030 Platform

The FIT4FOOD2030 project supports the implementation of the European Commission’s FOOD 2030 R&I (research and innovation) policy framework, emphasizing the need for double transformation of both R&I practices and food system. To achieve its goals, the FIT4FOOD2030 project has brought together several different food system actors at the level of cities, regions, countries, and Europe. The FOOD 2030 Platform was created with an intent to improve their communication and cooperation.

The FOOD 2030 Platform is project’s multi-stakeholder platform. As the key part of the project the FOOD 2030 Platform consists of three separate interlinked structures, the City Labs, Policy Labs and the EU Think Tank. These multi-level structures have communicated regularly and informed the European Commission in deciding on research priorities for a sustainable food system, considering the values, needs and expectations of society.

You can learn more about each structure of the FOOD 2030 Platform by clicking the buttons below.

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City Labs and Food Labs
Policy Labs
EU Think Tank

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Sustainable Food Systems Network

The FOOD 2030 Platform was initial project’s multi-stakeholder platform. Now, the Sustainable Food Systems Network has taken its place. It facilitates good communication between different stakeholders within food system, enabling the ongoing activities for future-proofing food systems and implementing responsible research and innovation.

The Sustainable Food Systems Network is hosted on the Mobilize platform. It is a virtual community of policy makers, business professionals, civil society organisations, researchers, students, NGO/non-profit, and funding bodies all over the world. You can easily become a part of the Network by filling out a simple registration form.

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Check Out the Sustainable Food Systems Network!

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To receive news related to the project you can now register for the FIT4FOOD2030 Newsletter in the Contact webpage.

More information on the project’s objectives, and the people and organisations involved can be found in the “Project Overview’’ Section.