Naturland Association for Organic Agriculture

Naturland

FuturEU Future Aqua 350e growth in sustainable, resilient and climate friendly organic and conventional European aquaculture

Naturland is partner in the project “Future growth in sustainable, resilient and climate friendly organic and conventional European aquaculture” (FutureEUAqua). It has as overall objective to effectively promote the sustainable growth of climate-change resilient, environmentally-friendly organic and conventional aquaculture of major fish species and low trophic level organisms in Europe, to meet future challenges with respect to the growing consumer demand for high quality, nutritious and responsibly produced food.

The 32 different SMEs, Associations, Research Institutes (RTD) and Other companies from the project will promote innovations in the whole value chain, including:

  • Sustainable breeding: Assessing, validating and demonstrating the level of the ability of the current breeding programs, breeding goals and methodologies.
  • Ingredients and feeds: Ensuring sustainable and resilient production by focusing on high fish performance, health and product quality.
  • Production systems: Documenting tailor-made fish perform in future cost-effective production systems that function optimally.
  • Quality and safety: Developing innovative high quality minimally processed fish products and related packaging conditions, in order to valorise aquaculture raw materials.
  • Monitoring competitiveness: Monitoring the impact of housing environments and innovative diets on the fish health and welfare.
  • Consumer awareness: Improving consumer awareness, perception and acceptance of European aquaculture products and methods.

 

Duration: 01.01.2018 to 31.12.2021
Coordination Naturland: Stefan Holler,
More under: https://futureeuaqua.eu/

 

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 817737. This document reflects the views of the author(s) and does not necessarily reflect the views or policy of the European Commission. Whilst efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of this document, the European Commission shall not be liable for any errors or omissions, however caused.