SavingFood 2.0 Project Partners
ViLabs, Greece (Project Coordinator) vilabs.eu
ViLabs is a private research and innovation laboratory and provides a wide range of research, development and consulting services to national as well as international enterprises and organisations, utilising a unique set of tangible and intangible resources, including knowledge, facilities, human and financial resources, for supporting researchers and entrepreneurs to innovate.
Boroume, Greece boroume.gr
BOROUME, which means “we can” in Greek, is a non-profit organization committed to reducing food waste and the distribution of surplus food for charity throughout Greece. Since its beginning in 2011 more than 2,5 million meals of surplus food have been donated to welfare organizations.
IT Innovation, United Kingdom http://www.it-innovation.soton.ac.uk
The IT Innovation Centre is an applied research centre advancing information technologies and their uptake in industry, commerce and the public sector. Part of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton, the Centre is an international leader in applied research in Future Internet technologies including secure service-oriented systems, information discovery and decision support, and digital asset creation and management.
Hungarian Foodbank Association, Hungary http://www.elelmiszerbank.hu/
The Hungarian Foodbank Association is a non-profit organisation creating a link between food surplus and deprived persons. The main activity of the Foodbank is searching for food that cannot be commercialized for some reason, to organize the transportation, safe storage and distribution of the collected resources to people in need. The Foodbank distributes the collected surplus through charity organizations and governmental institutions who are in daily contact with the people in need.
Future Internet Living Lab Association, Hungary http://filab.hu/eng/
FILAB is a recently established organisation bringing together decades of professional experience in planning and implementing small- and large-scale innovation projects related to any kind of innovation aiming to empower innovation potential in co-creation, involvement of different stakeholders in the society.
Feedback, United Kingdom http://feedbackglobal.org/
Feedback campaigns to end waste at every level of the food system by catalysing food waste movements around the world. We work with governments, businesses, NGOs, grassroots organisations and the public to change society’s attitude toward wasting food, campaigning to reduce waste throughout the food system – not just consumer level waste – and shining a light on the hidden causes of waste.
iMinds, Belgium http://www.iminds.be/
iMinds is an independent research institute founded by the Flemish government to stimulate ICT innovation. The institute brings together companies, authorities, and non-profit organizations to join forces on research projects. iMinds unites more than 900 researchers from numerous Flemish universities and knowledge centres.