Pathways towards a fair, inclusive and innovative Data Economy for Sustainable Food Systems
Programme: Horizon Europe
Project: Data4Food2030 – Pathways towards a fair, inclusive and innovative Data Economy for Sustainable Food Systems
Timeline: September 2022 – August 2026
Project budget: 9.999.416,25 EUR
The Data4Food2030 project aims to improve the data economy for food systems (DE4FS) by expanding its definition, mapping its development, performance and impact to create new insights and opportunities. This contributes to a more competitive and sustainable food system in the EU and supports implementation and adaptation of relevant policies such as a Digital Single Market, Green Deal and the Common Agricultural Policy. Data4Food2030’s approach is targeted at an improved future state of the DE4FS from which clear design principles, recommendations and solutions are derived for improving and adapting policies and practices at public and private level. Nine case studies provide real-life examples of the DE4FS at micro- and meso-economic level, deploying data and technologies, which are used for mapping and improvement to promote data-enabled business models
ITC is responsible for piloting a case study in Slovenia, focusing on gathering data from the food chain actors that would help them reduce food loss and waste through the whole food value chain.
This project has received funding from the Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 101059473.