NewsOn April 19th and 20th 2016, the municipality of Groningen as the lead beneficiary of the REFRAME project, in the city of Groningen hosted the project’s kick-off event. Central aim of the REFRAME project is to build new regional food chains and thus to create new innovation potential for food related SMEs in rural areas of NSR.
On January 16th, 37 renowned scientist and experts from sixteen countries published an article about their report in the medical journal The Lancet: Food in the Antropocene, a comprehensive analysis o…Read more
In 2018, master student Sara Smaal graduated at the Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research with her master thesis on relationships between urban restaurants and local suppliers and ways in…Read more
This period the Reframe project picked up speed and is delivering results. The Reframe project started with the ambition to re-connect regional food production with urban demand, to stimulate SMEs to …Read more
Purchasing products from smaller and more local producers is still a challenge for institutional kitchens. However, hospital AZ Zeno and hotel school Ter Groene Poorte prove that it is possible.Read more
The regional cooperative Westerkwartier is chosen as one of the two best innovations in Europe by the European Association of Development Agencies (EURADA). This is a great compliment for this ambitio…Read more