Are you aware of the latest developments and innovations in food packaging? Is recycling of post-consumer plastic one of the challenges you face? Would your fresh produce improve its lifetime and shelf-life with an innovative and sustainable packaging?
If these and other questions around biomaterials, food contact security, food losses, supply chains, and smart packaging are of interest to you, make sure to registrati for the "First Circul-a-bility Conference" taking place online from 26th to 29th September 2021. With already more than 120 registered participants from academia, industry, non-governmental and governmental agencies, and over 50 oral presentations, 30 posters, and dedicated networking sessions, this meeting has everything to offer to get the latest insights from the multidisciplinary world of sustainable and innovative food packaging.
The prologue programme to the conference, centred around the theme of plastic pollution “From the very small to the very large”, is taking place on Sunday 26th September and is open to everyone free of charge.
This conference is organised through the COST Action “Circul-a-bility: rethinking packaging for circular and sustainable food supply chains of the future”, a networking structure with over 200 participants from more than 30 countries. This action is funded by the European Union and serves as an exchange and collaborative platform focussed on food products. It is open to everyone interested, no matter the discipline, and is free of charge.
For further information don’t hesitate to contact the organisers: Milena Corredig, professor at University of Aarhus, Giancarlo Colelli, professor at University of Foggia, or Philip Scholten, Lead Scientist at Bloom Biorenewables.
Registration to the conference:
Programme with details of each session:
More information on the Cost Action can be found here:
The Cost action at a glance (downloadable pdf):