Project Database

Transnational Innovation Platform from Cropfield to Table
Project ID: HUHR/1001/2.1.3/0001
Project acronym: Inno-CropFood
Project title: Transnational Innovation Platform from Cropfield to Table
Project website: http://innocropfood.hu/hirek/-/&l=eng
Call: HUHR/1001
Action: 2.1.3 Joint research, development and innovation (R&D&I)
Total project budget: 246 743,29 €
EU contribution: 205 303,09 €
Project Duration 01 October 2011 − 31 January 2013
Geographical location of the project: Somogy megye, Baranya megye, Osječko-baranjska županija
Project status: Finalized
Project description:

The establishment of one internet-based joint platform for cooperation of stakeholders and RDI institutions in the agri-food chain in the Somogy, Baranya and Osječko-baranjska counties and a joint strategic proposal, all based on the research conducted in the frame of the project covering the crop-to-food chain from crop production, feeding, animal chain, food safety and traceability, food industry innovations in product and procedure development as well as cooperation of innovative organisations.


Partnership

Lead Beneficiary

Kaposvár University
Hungary, Somogy megye

 

Project Partner 1

Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek
Croatia, Osječko-baranjska županija

 

Project Partner 2

Somogy Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Hungary, Somogy megye

 

Project Partner 3

STRIA South Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency Non-for-profit Ltd.
Hungary, Baranya megye

 

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