External event | 23 Oct 2023 | Online

EFFoST Seminar: “Sustainable Food Systems: Connecting Expertise in Academia and Industry”

Are you curious about the role of microorganisms in shaping more sustainable food systems?

Join the new EFFoST Seminar “Sustainable Food Systems: Connecting Expertise in Academia and Industryon the 23rd of October!


EFFoSt, a FOODPathS partners, is holding a new seminar focused on sustainable food systems. Acknowledging that food production, especially of raw materials, has great environmental impacts, it is necessary to explore new alternatives. Microorganisms can be a valuable innovative resource in the purpose of producing food or food ingredients with a lower environmental footprint. The webinar, organised by the EFFoST Working Group on Sustainable Food Systems, will delve deeper into opportunities and challenges in this field.


Beyond agriculture – Edible microorganisms and the next revolution in food production

Tomas Linder, associate professor at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden

Microbial proteins as a sustainable alternative to animal-derived foods

Eran Noah, Remilk Ltd., Ness Ziona, Israel

Microbial fats and oils: sustainable and functional?

Dimitri Zogg, Cultivated Biosciences SA, Wädenswil, Switzerland

Market entry and barriers for microbial foods and how to overcome them

Pauliina Halimaa, Biosafe, Finland

Save the Date and Time: 23rd of October from 13.00 to 15.00 CET