Physical and galenic presentation, levels of natural ingredients, and feed additives are key to optimising performances, and the health and economic results of breeding animals according to age and breeding context. The tools proposed in the nearcaps project aim to achieve this.
Collaborative project with a german company to conduct a technological project aimed at developing a new team for the wine industry, with commercial interests in the international market based on innovative technologies.
To strengthen the competitiveness of the european agri-food sector through facilitating the development of new innovative products and processes as well as supporting technologies.
The project is focused on the design and implementation in pig farms of a comprehensive action programme on major causes of environmental damage generated on farms, by designing a new feeding programme formulated to cover the different fattening requirements and to improve n and p utilistion.
Acqueau is the first eureka cluster dedicated to environmental and water related technologies. It aims at promoting innovation and market driven solutions to develop new technologies in the water sector.
New baking products, from bread to pizza, can be upgraded into the healthy food market by adding functional ingredients with beneficial impact on health by being a source of vitamin b, a source of fibre and digestible protein and a source of glutamic acid.
To develop novel bioactive and bio-based formulations used as a coating for poultry meat packaging materials with the following advanced properties: i) shelf life extension, ii) quality maintenance and iii) safety assurance.
To produce an optical sensor that will determine the freshness of the packaged meat product. The m-fresh-sens sensor will represent a new product on the market that will significantly reduce the return flow of products just before the expiration date.
The project's aim is the development of a product line that makes it possible to control ripening of fruits at household level. Production technology and prototypes are also outcomes of the project. The technology is known only at industrial scale, so the product will be new on the market.
This project has as leader the portuguese company sovena group and has six participants from eu and non-eu countries. It covers 6 main r&d areas which are key in an environment of continuous process of optimisation and adding value within the olive oil chain (from farm to worldwide distribution).