Traditional Food Network

TRAFOON Training Workshops

To support traditional food SMEs, TRAFOON organized 30 Training Workshops for SMEs in 13 European countries on five food category (Vegetables & Mushrooms, Fish, Grain, Olives and Sweet Fruits) during 2015. Additionally, one workshop on "Food safety and quality" was also held. In 2016, a second round of Training Workshops will be held. Target groups for the Workshops are mainly be SMEs but also food industry, SME associations and food researchers. These training workshops improve communication and transfer of innovations between research and food SMEs. Each training workshop addresses the requirements/gaps/shortfalls of SMEs which were identified during the first year of TRAFOON project and includes trainings on technical innovations which are specific to the traditional foods category, as well as generic topics on food processing, food packaging, food safety, food quality and stabilization of processing protocols, marketing, legal issues, European food law, IPR, certification and labelling.

Product Categories

Vegetables & Mushrooms

Fish products

 

Grain products

 

Fruits & olives

 

Entrepreneurship

 


 

 

Training Workshops on Vegetables & Mushrooms:

 

2016

  • February 23 2016, Bratoszewice, Poland (mushrooms)
  • March 04 2016, Klwów, Poland (vegetables)
  • April 06 2016, Boguchwala, Poland 
  • April 08 2016, Avignon, France (Mediterranean vegetables)
  • April 25 2016, Nieborów, Poland
  • May 27 2016, Bologna, Italy

2015

  • March 27 2015, Boguchwała, Poland (vegetables)
  • April 20 2015, Strasbourg, France (vegetables)
  • May 28-29 2015, Bologna, Italy (vegetables+mushrooms)
  • June 03 2015, Wageningen, The Netherlands (mushrooms)
  • September 16 2015, Expo Milan, Italy (organic food)
  • October 13 2015, Amersfoort/ Vathorst, The Netherlands (vegetables+mushrooms)

 

 

Training Workshops on Fish:

 

2016

  • February 01-02 2016, Vodňany, Czech Republic
  • April 08 2016, Ogonki, Poland
  • April 15 2016, Iława, Poland
  • April 22 2016, Mścice/Koszalin, Poland
  • June 14-15 2016, Radom, Poland

2015

  • June 09-10 2015, Ustron, Poland 
  • September 01-02 2015, Vodňany, Czech Republic
  • September 21-22 2015, Olsztyn, Poland
  • October 14-15 2015, Vodňany, Czech Republic 
  • December 10 2015, Vodňany, Czech Republic

 

 

Training Workshops on Grain:

 

2016

  • March 10 2016, Montpellier, France
  • June 28-29 2016, Wageningen, The Netherlands
  • June 29 2016, Warsaw, Poland
  • July 05-06 2016, Stuttgar, Germany

 

 

 

2015

  • May 12 2015, The Netherlands
  • May 15 2015, Cork, Ireland
  • June 03-04 2015, Maribor, Slovenia
  • June 22 2015, Germany
  • October 13 2015, Wageningen, The Netherlands
  • November 10-11 2015, Stuttgart, Germany
  • November 19 2015, Montpellier, France

 

 

Training Workshops on Sweet Fruits:

 

2016

  • February 26 2016, Čačak, Serbia (Plum)
  • March 25 2016, Kraljevo, Serbia (Plum)

  • August 05 2016, Saxon, Switzerland (Apricots)

2015

  • May 19 2015, Zurich, Switzerland (Berries) in German
  • May 22 2015, Valais, Switzerland (Berries) in French
  • June 18 2015, Poland
  • June 24 2015, Belgrade, Serbia
  • June 25 2015, Valais, Switzerland (Apricot)
  • July 09 2015, Valais, Switzerland (Apricot)
  • July 23 2015, Valais, Switzerland (Apricot)
  • August 06 2015, Valais, Switzerland (Apricot)
  • August 20 2015, Valais, Switzerland (Apricot)
  • October 22-23 2015, Ivanjica, Serbia (Raspberry)

 

Training Workshops on Olives:

 

2015

  • May 05-06 2015, Spain
  • June 08 2015, Santarém, Portugal

       2016

  • June 07 2016, Santarém, Portugal
  • June 08-09 2016, Córdoba, Spain

 

 

Training Workshops on Entrepreneurship:

 

2016

  • April 08 2016, Málaga, Spain
  • June 23 2016, Sion, Switzerland
  • July 05 2016, ISEKI Conference, Vienna, Austria             

 

  

Stakeholder Workshop:

 

2016

  • May 17, Novi Sad, Serbia          

  

Training Workshop on Food Quality & Food Safety:

 

2015

  • October 16-17 2015, Portoroz, Slovenia             

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no. 613912