21.04.2021 In a former auto repair shop in the outskirts of Copenhagen a farm has found its unlikely grounds. Fresh coriander, pea sprouts and edible flowers are grown at the vertical farm – and sold to some of the finest restaurants in Denmark.
21.04.2021 Based on a project partner search in Enterprise Europe Network, Energy Cluster Denmark has become a partner in two important projects that will position European clusters and competencies within Blue Energy - both inside and outside Europe.
21.04.2021 Food & Bio Cluster Denmark is a partner in a new European project, which is to bring food producers and farmers closer to the consumers.
21.04.2021 Sales of a sustainable, seaweed-based alternative to roe have multiplied since 2018, and the rapid sales growth is expected to pick up further after a new product launch in early May.
19.04.2021 Is seafood a part of your diet? If this is the case, your valuable input is needed so that we can achieve a more sustainable use of our seafood ressources.
19.04.2021 There are many incentives to use our landed seafood resources in a more complete way for food production, instead of just taking out the fillet, and sending the rest to low value use such as feed production. In fact, side-streams from fish filleting, such as heads and backbones often contain a lot of prime quality muscle, which is rich in proteins and valuable omega-3 fatty acids.
19.04.2021 Do you have a solution that can be used for bioresource capture, recovery or use? Would you like to get expert advice and sparring on business development, technology, financials, organizational development and legal aspects? And do you want to meet food producers with biological side- and waste streams and an ambition to upcycle them through new and innovative solutions? Then the CIA project is relevant for you!
16.04.2021 In collaboration with Danish Technological Institute and Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Food & Bio Cluster Denmark has just published the guide “Straw to Energy – Technologies, policy and innovation in Denmark” – the second edition of the very successful 2011 publication, updated with the latest information about utilising straw for energy purposes. The publication is part of the work done in the AgroBioHeat project, which is an EU-funded project that draws attention to the plentiful renewable biomass resources available in rural Europe that can contribute to the transition away from fossil fuels.