The RETASTE 2023 Conference will allow scientists, entrepreneurs, and the representative of organizations related to food production, distribution and consumption, as well as, those that deal with the waste produced in each step of the farm to fork ladder, to present research and innovative results that aim to address these challenges. RETASTE 2023 strives to foster research that supports transition to more resilient and environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable food Systems on land and at sea that provide healthy diets for all and respects planetary boundaries.
As a result, RETASTE 2023 has expanded its vision in relation to the two previous RETASTE Conferences (RETASTE 2021 and RETASTE 2022) to include topics like sustainable primary production, post-harvest food management, alternative nutrients sources, etc. Together with more traditional waste-related topics like composting, anaerobic digestion, bio-refineries, that occupied the majority of the subjects discussed in 2021 and 2022, the Conference aims to cover all issues covered in the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the European Green Deal ambitious targets and objectives concerning the sustainability and safety of feed, food and non-food production. These targets and objectives are included in the core European Green Deal policy priorities, in particular the farm to fork strategy, the EU biodiversity strategy 2030, zero pollution ambition and climate action, and their follow up initiatives.
More information, here.