Recent years’ growth conditions, with wet and cool weather during grain development and ripening, provide new challenges for the production of quality wheat in Norway. Measures to increase the production of wheat with sufficient quality for food are therefore needed.
The consumption of vegetables has increased over the last years, but the sales of cruciferous vegetables (Brassica, cabbages) has been stagnant. Increased awareness of taste can increase sale of cabbage.
All available data on the aquaculture industry relating to environmental, economic and social repercussions is to be collated andmade available in a web portal that presents the industry’s sustainability.
MedAID (Mediterranean Aquaculture Integrated Development), a four year EU H2020 research project, will address key factors to improve aquaculture production in the Mediterranean.
The project brings together the best aquaculture experts from over 30 organisations from 12 countries.
The main aim of the project is to turn ready-to-eat food products based on meat, fish and vegetables safer and more durable.
The project will investigate the seasonal variation of the fish by carrying out comprehensive studies on how individual factors affect the quality of mackerel products at various stages in the value chain.
We aim at the development of a sustainable food system from production to consumption, addressing the entire food supply chain for the vegetables tomato and Brassica (white cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli), and their derived products.
Romanian and Norwegian scientists join forces to develop new innovative food packaging biomaterials with antimicrobial and antioxidant properties.
The main objective for this project is to identify the best approach for increasing AGD-resistance in Atlantic salmon by selective breeding.
Hovedmålet er å finne den beste måten å auke motstandsevnen mot amøbe gjellesjuke hos hos laks gjennom avl.