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Register now: Organic Innovation Days 2019

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The Innovation Agenda for Organics & Agroecology will be launched at TP Organics' Organic Innovation Days 2019. symbol picture © Pixabay/Free-Photos

People interested in innovation to transform food and farming through organics can register now for TP Organics' Organic Innovation Days 2019, taking place on 3-4 December in Brussels.

Highlights of the Organic Innovation Days 2019

  • EU Rural Innovation Contest rewarding the most innovative organic initiatives
  • Launch of TP Organics' new Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda for Organics & Agroecology
  • A high-level policy debate on young farmers innovating for the future
  • Inspiring talks and workshops on how to optimise innovation in the organic sector: collaborative processes, policies and impact

See the whole programme here. You should regsiter before 26 November 2019. Places are limited.

TP Organics is the European Technology Platform (ETP) for organic food & farming, uniting large companies, small & medium enterprises, researchers, farmers, consumers and civil society organisations active in the organic value chain from production, input & supply, to food processing, marketing and consumption. IFOAM EU hosts the secretariat of TP Organics. The event is organised in cooperation with the LIAISON project and the XF-ACTORS project


IFOAM EU represents more than 210 member organisations in the EU-28, the EU accession countries and EFTA. Member organisations span the entire organic food chain and beyond: from farmers and processors organisations, retailers, certifiers, consultants, traders and researchers to environmental and consumer advocacy bodies.

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