Thematic network tackling food fraud by translating research and innovation into practice
Project results are expected to contribute to all of the following expected outcomes:
- Widespread use of existing new knowledge and innovative solutions by end-users/practitioners (official control authorities, food businesses, etc.) on the ground ensuring that food fraud is tackled;
- Improved flow of knowledge and innovative solutions with end-users through more dynamic interactions and new collaboration methodologies to prevent food fraud in the food supply chain;
- Better incorporation of the needs of end-users into the activities of research and innovation communities, which would generate a better targeted and shared food fraud research agenda for innovation-driven research.
- Improved skills and long-term availability of training and education material and on-line communities for end-users on how to tackle food fraud.
Opening Date: 17. October 2023
Deadline date: 22. February 2024