The FOODSEG Network
FOODSEG has been originally funded by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Union and brought together 35 partners. It was coordinated by Mr. Andreas Moser (rtd services) and was finalised at the 30th of April 2014.
This FOODSEG Network is the follow-up action of the EU-funded project and focuses on bringing experts who are working along the full supply chain (agriculture - feed - food - consumers) together. FOODSEG has the aim to offer a platform where scientists, policy-makers, decion-makers and industry can personally meet to discuss their cooperations and know-how.
The main activities within the FOODSEG Network are the organisation of one annual FOODSEG symposium, up to two H2020 proposals and an online database for partner search and promotion of know-how.
Members gain free participation at the FOODSEG Events, free participation at the H2020 project proposals as project partner, free sign-posting to the right experts and promotion of the members via the FOODSEG Website.