Are you a food producer or processor? Get involved in the “FOOD Quality in Digital Age” project

“FOOD Quality in Digital Age” project consortium invites stakeholders from the field of food production and processing to get involved in the project activities! The first step to do that is to fill in the registration form to the ”Stakeholders Database” that will soon be published on the project website

The aim of the Stakeholders Database is to have a pool of organisations (food producing companies, farmers, business associations, agricultural advisors, clusters, NGOs, local and regional authorities, etc.) that would like to collaborate in project activities, such as:

  • free participation in training and/or information activities,
  • scientific and research cooperation (please check our research offer here),
  • on-site visits of the research team for establishing links & consultations,
  • searching for new forms of cooperation between various entities of the food production and processing sector.

The Stakeholder Database, containing basic information about registered organizations and their activities, will also be a tool for promoting these institutions at the international level. “FOOD Quality in Digital Age” is an international initiative that strives to facilitate the digital transformation in agriculture in general, and food production in particular, in the Visegrad and Balkan regions, by integrating expertise and experience of five regional Universities – each adept at a certain digital food quality evaluation method – and opening this network to cooperation with local; regional stakeholders. For more information please visit the project website.

If you are interested in becoming a part of the “FOOD Quality in Digital Age” project community of stakeholders and increase your organisation’s visibility among the international consortium, please fill in the registration form here.

Visegrad Grants Fund-Food Quality in Digital Age-2023

The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.