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2018.03.22 | News type

Organic food processing research highlighted at BIOFACH

CORE Organic arranged a seminar at BIOFACH Congress and co-organized Science Day. Research for organic food processing was in focus.

2018.03.16 | News type

Video: Technologies for small-scale processors compared to homemade processing

In this video, Dario Paolo (CREA-IT) shows that small scale “industrially”processed food can have better sensory and nutritional quality compared to homemade products.

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands during her visit of the Bio-Beurs. Credit: Jan Peter Fiering

2018.02.26 |

“Bio-beurs” offers Core Organic a podium

National events for the organic sector, like the Bio-beurs in the Netherlands, provide researchers with an opportunity to talk about Core Organic projects.

2018.01.24 |

TP Organics and CORE Organic at Science Day at BioFach 2018

The morning session of Science Day will be organised in cooperation with ERA-Net CORE Organic and dedicated to EU research and innovation policy. What will be the place of organics in the new EU policies that are currently being developed?

2018.01.03 |

Symposium on soil health and strategies to restore optimal soil functionality

Join the upcomming workshop in ReSolVe on restoring optimal soil functionality.

Fig 1: Example of a choice set used in the discrete choice experiment

2017.12.07 |

Air or microwave dried strawberries: What do consumers prefer?

Consumers in Norway, Romania and Turkey prefer strawberries that are air dried to those that are microwave dried. They are also more attracted to cheaper, domestically produced strawberries, than those that come from Europe.

2017.12.06 |

Summer School: Sustainable Soil Management in Viticulture

The project ReSolVe recently organized a summer school on innovative techniques for sustainable soil management in viticulture.

2017.12.06 |

Allergens in tomatoes, strawberries and apples: Influence of production systems and processing methods

Food allergies are an increasing health problem. The project “FaVOR-DeNonDe” studies the effects of different cultivation methods and processing techniques on the allergen content in fruits and vegetables.

2017.07.26 |

SoilVeg project - no tillage organic vegetable production through roller crimper on test in 9 European countries

SoilVeg is an innovative European research project tackling the implementation of no tillage systems in organically managed vegetable production.

2017.07.06 |

Animal health and welfare as cornerstones of organic livestock production

The 12-13 June 2017 OrganicDairyHealth discussed how the results obtained in the project could enhance the European dimension of the best breeding strategies and management practices.

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