For five years, thirteen committed partners from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden have been working together to create better conditions for food related SMEs, social enterprises and initiatives through the REFRAME project.

In our online Final Conference on 25 March 2021, we have shared some of our successes and gave some recommendations for a more sustainable food production and for shortening the food supply chain. Read more>>

ONLINE RESOURCE CENTRE

In our Online Resource Centre, you can find the best practices of our project.
By sharing knowledge and best practices we hope to achieve the six following project objectives:

  1. New skills for food related SME's and other stakeholders within a regional food frame 
     
  2. Regional organization in a cooperative structure 

  3. Policy decision taking on urban food policies and intentions 

  4. Business innovation through smart specialization

  5. Create data and understanding of current supply and demand

  6. Regional food for environment, climate and health


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REFRAME is a project co-funded by the North Sea Region Programme 2014 - 2020 and involves five different countries in the North Sea Region (Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands).

Latest Project News

Programme to help SMEs strengthen their market communication

08 June 2021

A program was implemented during 2018/2019 to help food related small companies in West Sweden to strengthen their market communication and increase t…

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Food box regional cooperative Westerkwartier

16 April 2021

The first Food Agreement initiative had now become a reality: the Food box regional cooperative Westerkwartier! The working group Food, Economy & Cha…

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A Successful Final Conference

06 April 2021

The Final Conference of REFRAME was held on 25 March as a hybrid event filled with inspirational presentations, discussions, videos, and even live mus…

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The harvest of five years working together and making impact

25 March 2021

For five years, thirteen committed partners from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden have been working together to create better con…

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What motivates consumers to buy local food products and does this differ from country to country?

23 February 2021

A new comparative study among five European regions reveals that the concern for the local economy and the perceived quality of the product are the mo…

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