RETHINKING PACKAGING FOR CIRCULAR AND SUSTAINABLE FOOD SUPPLY CHAINS OF THE FUTURE

Welcome to the homepage of the circulability Cost Action

Our mission is to inform, educate, and develop the sustainable food packaging for the future. We are a conglomerate of 34 countries with over 160 participants from all over Europe and with backgrounds ranging from marketing and design, to material and food science. We want to be an inclusive network with the aim to influence and harmonise the future food packaging while reducing the food waste, limiting the environmental impact of packaging, and influencing decision and policy makers EU-wide. 

Upcoming events and news

Thu 22 Apr
12:00-16:00 |
Recent Advances in Reusable, Recyclable, or Compostable Food Packages
We invite you to be one of our authors, and in doing so share your important research findings with the global food science community
Wed 16 Jun
12:00-12:00 | Lebensmittel Cluster - FH-Prof.in Dr.in Victoria Krauter
Lebensmittelverpackung: Ein Fall für die Wissenschaft
Gastbeitrag von FH-Prof.in Dr.in Victoria Krauter
Thu 24 Jun
15:00-16:00 | Online - free of charge
2nd Webinar of COST ACTION CA 19124
Join this webinar to learn more about: Active Packaging for Food: Opportunities, Technologies and Challenges & Advanced active food packaging solutions for use in microwave ovens
Fri 16 Jul
16:00-16:00 |
4th Call for Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) grants
Thu 23 Sep
15:00-16:00 | Online - free of charge
3rd Webinar of COST ACTION CA 19124
Save the date - More info will follow
Thu 25 Nov
15:00-16:00 | Online - free of charge
4th Webinar of COST ACTION CA 19124
Save the date - More info will follow..
Thu 28 Apr
16:00-16:00 |
1st Call “Inclusiveness Target Countries (ITC) Conference Grants” for Grant Period 1
1st Call “Inclusiveness Target Countries (ITC) Conference Grants” for Grant Period 1
Tue 24 May
16:00-16:00 |
3rd Call for Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) Grants in Grant Period 1
Circul-a-bility (CA19124) – Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) grants (1st grant period (GP1) from 1 November 2020 to 30 October 2021)