New skills for food related SME's and other stakeholders within a regional food frame

The REFRAME project aims at supporting food related SME's and other stakeholders to develop their skills in order to realize the potential of food production for the region. We aim at establishing training and learning networks and arrange activities to train and coach SME's and other stakeholders. We also involve educational institutions and high schools in order to integrate short food chains into their curricula. Below you find a number of best practises from our five participating pilot regions.

Terra starts new educational program:
Food, Life & Innovation

The world of food is in huge movement, as
everyone knows. Consumers want to know
where their food comes from and what exactly
is in it. The influence of food on health and
well-being is getting more and more attention.
And due to developments, such as CO2reduction
and takeovers of supermarkets, the current food
chain is under pressure.

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Benchmarking for progress
To make a good environment for exchanging 
experience and enhance new knowledge the
organisation “Lokalproducerat i Väst” has
created several networks for different segments 
of local food production. These platforms gives a
reliable context where colleagues within the same
segment can discuss current challenges and opportunities.
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Educational food kitchen

An example from Sötåsen natural resource
school in West Sweden. The ongoing urbanization
has increased the need for education about food
production and the foods path from field to fork.
Today many Swedish schools use their school
canteens as an educational environment.

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