The elephant cave is part of the panel debate programme at Madens Folkemøde. We have invited four food experts to share their knowledge on your food-challenges. All food producers run into challenges and for this event you can get valuable insights and possible solutions.
Questions can be:
- Are organic food products more healthy than non-organic?
- How will a MAP-packaging effect my food product?
- How can I design my production to ensure no contamination and high food quality?
- Can I use fermentation to prolong shelf life of my food product?
- How can I use waste-products in my productions
Get the answers from the experts and bring your own question and challenge along.
The experts are:
- Birthe Jespersen, Associate Professor, Department of Food Science, University of Copenhagen
- Dennis Sandris, Professor, Department of Food Science, University of Copenhagen
- Lissi Holm, Danish Technological University
- Karsten Olsen, Associate Professor, Department of Food Science, University of Copenhagen
The event is part of the CPH-Food project and will be held in Danish.
Madens Folkemøde is a new food festival and symposium which takes place on May 10-11 2019 at the islands of Lolland-Falster in Denmark. More specifically at Engestofte Gods near the town of Maribo.
You should join this event if you work with food or have an interest in what we eat and how culinary culture and food production should be in the future. Our ambition is to bring together the entire food scene of Denmark from the ocean and agriculture to the home kitchens and hospitality industry.
Madens Folkemøde will create a unique space for that conversation. We want to produce and share much more knowledge and explore subjects like nature, agriculture, gastronomy and food with you on board.
Through debates, talks, workshops, a large food market and an area for children, we will create the best possible surroundings for a productive conversation about the future of food
Read more about Madens Folkemøde here