Value4Pack - Oproep naar projectideeën!

Are you ready to revolutionize the future of food packaging? We're seeking groundbreaking ideas that address the 4R challenges of sustainable food packaging - Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle-without leading to more food loss or waste. This is your chance to make an impact!

What We’re Looking For?

We seek innovative industry-driven value chain ideas for collaboration projects that:

  • Refuse: Eliminate packaging
  • Reduce: Minimize packaging material used.
  • Reuse: Enabling sustainable reuse of food packaging
  • Recycle: Enhancing food packaging recyclability and use of recyclate

Why Participate?

  • Drive Change: Contribute to a sustainable future by developing innovating food packaging solutions.
  • Gain visibility: showcase your organization and solution(s) across Europe
  • Connect and Collaborate: Develop your ideas to actionable business cases that can be implemented across Europe and engage with diverse key stakeholder within Europe.
  • Expert guidance: receive professional support in refining your business case
  • Explorefunding opportunities
  • Upgrade your network: connect with the Value4Pack partnership network, covering 11 European countries

Who can apply?

  • Innovators – solution providers
  • Companies of all sizes (incl. start-ups)
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Research and technology organizations and universities
  • Collaborative teams

How to Get Involved?

Join forces with other innovators, industry leaders, and sustainability experts. Submit your project ideas via Value4Pack's B2Match platform and be part of the movement reshaping the food packaging value chain.

Submission Deadline: September 16th, 2024.

Let’s revolutionize food packaging—refuse, reduce, reuse, and recycle for a brighter, sustainable future!

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Written byMona De Smul