ETP ‘Food for Life’: Priorities for the Horizon Europe Work Programme 2023-2024
The ETP ‘Food for Life’ has analysed the Horizon Europe work programme 2021-2022 in the light of its own strategic documents and has identified many shared R&I priorities.
These include alternative food sources, sustainable packaging, food safety, microbiome and the prevention of non-communicable diseases.
However, there are still important R&I gaps that need to be addressed for the next Horizon Europe Work Programme 2023- 2024 if the EU wants to achieve the ambitious policy goals set out in the Farm to Fork strategy, the Digital strategy, the Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability and the Food2030 vision, among others.
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