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No more burning one’s fingers on heavy expenses

By | 2019-11-14T12:25:53+00:00 November 14th, 2019|Categories: News|

No more burning one’s fingers on heavy expenses It helps the smallerst players in the industry from kitchen to production and save money for the medium players. The food industry has a new helping hand. And that is how we develop the industry, according to serial entrepreneur.   Expensive production equipment, electricity, heat, and water followed by a number of faulty productions, which turns the products into garbage rather than money. You can seriously burn your fingers and the wallet as well on fixed costs when you are a small start-up producer. However, a new online [...]

New meeting-place will sprout sustainable solutions

By | 2019-11-07T13:11:47+00:00 November 6th, 2019|Categories: News|

New meeting-place will sprout sustainable solutions A new initiative creates an innovation meeting point for food producers and their suppliers. The name is Food Processing for the Future and here, solutions to the industry’s challenges will be presented. “The food industry’s global challenges concerning for instance a need for greener and smarter solutions are both challenges but also opportunities – opportunities that we as an industry have to make use of. Collaboration between food producers and suppliers of food technology, ingredients, software, and raw materials is necessary to secure a continuous innovation and development of competitive [...]

Finding the uncompromising green steak

By | 2019-11-07T13:42:00+00:00 November 4th, 2019|Categories: News|

Finding the uncompromising green steak Students and experts are going to help Procudan create innovative and tasty ingredients for plant-based products, so that the consumer can replace the meat without compromising.   41% experience difficulties with switching into a plant-based diet of whom 57% does not know any alternatives that taste as good as the animal products, they usually eat. This is evident from a study from Voxmeter. So, even though the Danes are positive about a green diet, according to a study from Coop, it takes time to put it into effect. That is why, [...]

From petri dish to plate

By | 2019-10-28T13:05:35+00:00 October 28th, 2019|Categories: Blog post, News|

From petri dish to plate Column by Lone Ryg Olsen, Danish Food Cluster Many new types of foods originate from a lab rather than from the field, and as a consumer, you will increasingly start asking yourself: What is natural? Dinner is served, and there is chicken from the bioreactor, vegetables created on an assembly line, and a nutritional drink based on modified powder from chickpeas on the menu. Well, the chicken is grown from the cells of a real chicken, but no animal life was sacrificed during the process. The vegetables look like those from [...]

How the world’s largest company benefit from a cluster

By | 2019-10-17T13:30:00+00:00 October 7th, 2019|Categories: News, Succes story|

How the world's largest companies can benefit from a cluster The largest food company in the world with the world’s largest food research budget, Nestlé, chose to become member of Danish Food Cluster – a gift that keeps on giving, according to Nestlé’s Danish Head of Communication. “It’s like a snowball effect,” Martin Broberg, Head of Communication and board member at Nestlé Denmark, points out. The doors that Danish Food Cluster has opened for Nestlé, since Nestlé joined the cluster for approximately three years ago, has resulted in new doors opening. Like when Nestlé’s CEO was [...]

Experts warn: Food fraud is everywhere

By | 2019-10-07T12:50:06+00:00 October 7th, 2019|Categories: Blog post|

Experts warn: Food fraud is everywhere Food fraud has been a problem in the food industry for years, and the problem is only getting bigger. Now, organised criminals are entering the food industry as well. So, what can actually be done to mitigate the food fraud? And how can the industry in general look out for fraudsters? Organised crime, co-operation, and digitalisation were some of the topics that were on all keynote speakers’ lips, when they shared their expert knowledge at the International Food Fraud Conference in Vejle, hosted by Danish Food Cluster and Eurofins. [...]

Danish Food Cluster enters Christiansborg

By | 2019-10-17T07:36:24+00:00 September 26th, 2019|Categories: News|

Danish Food Cluster enters Christiansborg Photo credit: Sofie Kohsel Danish Food Cluster, that has members representing about 75 percent of the trade in the Danish food cluster, wants to move closer to Christiansborg. In fact, all the way into Christiansborg. Therefore, the organisation hosts their annual cluster gathering at Chtistiansborg, where the Danish Minister of Food, Mogens Jensen, has promised to be amongst the attendances. He will talk about his view on the opportunities of the food business on the new government’s highly green agenda. - How does this new agenda influence the food industry? [...]

The best nine foodtech entrepreneurs were announced in Aarhus

By | 2019-09-11T08:08:10+00:00 September 11th, 2019|Categories: News|

The best nine foodtech entrepreneurs were announced in Aarhus Nine food entrepreneurs was awarded for the best pitch at last weeks European Food Venture Forum. However, the startup Mycorena and their fungi-based alternative protein stood out and won not only the prize but also a collaboration with Arla. It was a tough competition with international attention when an extraordinary field of entrepreneurs, both from Denmark and abroad, investors, and corporates were gathered at the European Food Venture Forum, which is arranged by Tech Tour, Agro Business Park, Danish Food Cluster, Future Food Innovation, Business Region Aarhus, and Aarhus [...]

Food startup ideas to safe the world

By | 2019-09-19T08:40:44+00:00 September 10th, 2019|Categories: News|

Food startup ideas to save the world A well-recognised entrepreneur competition rewarded winning sustainable ideas at the yearly Food Festival in Aarhus. Sugar with no calories, vegan DIY cheese, and biodegradable food packaging are just a few of nine healthy and sustainable startup ideas which were presented when EIT Food - a European Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) set up to transform our food ecosystem - visited Denmark for the first time for the EIT Food Innovation Prizes. The event was hosted by Aarhus University and Danish Food Cluster in close collaboration with Danish Food Innovation, [...]

Formation of a national cluster organisation within foods and bioresources

By | 2019-09-02T14:52:04+00:00 September 2nd, 2019|Categories: News|

Formation of a national cluster organisation within foods and bioresources The boards of the most central food network in Denmark: Agro Business Park, Danish Food Cluster, Nordjysk FødevareErhverv, and Videncenter for Fødevareudvikling have decided to start a process which is supposed to result in a national cluster organisation within foods and bio resources. The food sector constitutes a central part of the Danish positions of strength. This is both measured through employment, export income, and sustainability. Thereby, the basis for securing a single and efficient ecosystem for the future’s corporates in food clusters is secured. In [...]

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