The winning team of the FoodFactory-Us 2021/2022 on Supporting and Developing Short Food Supply Chains:
Team Ag Economists for Local Food Access
with their project
"Enhancing Local Food Access in Kentucky Through Collective Action in Partnership with Nonprofits"
Since October 2021, students teams have been woroking on their contributions to Supporting and Developing Short Food Supply Chains and participated in an innovative, learner-centric environment based on active, action-oriented learning to develop a project including a specific objective/target exploitable at the industry level and with the aim of contributing to innovation in sustainable food systems. Specifically, the student teams of this edition of the Food Factory-4-Us Sustainable Supply Chain International Student Competition aimed to answer the following question:
How can short food supply chains be supported and developed?
Under Important dates you can see all the scheduled online trainings and recording of the Final Virtual Conference. The ISEKI-Food Association, under the umbrella of the FoodFactory-4-Us competitions, is organizing this fourth “Sustainable Supply Chain” competition. You may read about previous FoodFactory-4-Us competitions here. These competitions are one of the case studies of the NextFOOD project which promotes innovative education for sustainable agriculture.