The SISTERS consortium gathers in Toulouse for the first project General Assembly!
On May 31st, 2022 the SISTERS consortium gathered to carry out the first General Assembly of the SISTERS project. The meeting was organised by BM-Services in Toulouse, France and it was a hybrid event! Allowing for the other partners around Europe to take part from online.
During this first partners reunion after the project’s kick-off meeting, the consortium discussed project’s activity per work package where the leaders presented relevant progress, risks, and future activities to come. Now, the project is still at a early stage where there are no results for dissemination, which is why the consortium mostly analyzed the deliverables and milestones to come in the next few months to make sure every partner is on track to reach these results.
The GA provided the SISTERS consortium with excellent conditions to discuss the next steps moving forward, and regulate the many activities and actions of the project developing in parallel.
The EU-funded SISTERS project will design the first European short-chain platform for farmers to sell their discarded production. Smart and reusable food containers will be designed to diminish food losses during transportation, and bio-based and home-compostable packaging solutions will be implemented to improve the preservation and quality of food.
Bringing together 18 partners from eight EU countries, the project will address the issue of food waste and its impacts, and lead towards more sustainable consumer behaviours.
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