Sustainable Interventions Technologies for controlling food Safety and Stability

Total Budget: € 400,000
Consortium: 23 partners
Countries: 6


Innovation in the food industry has been positioned as a societal challenge with high potential for sustainable competitiveness and growth. This requires the development and further application of technologies for a sustainable food chain; safe foods and healthy diets for all.


The project aims to bring together teaching and industrial staff who are currently working on different aspects of food safety and food technology. The objective is to achieve a more rounded student experience with an impact in employability of young adults by:

  • Training early stage researchers and engineers in the area of sustainable intervention technologies for controlling food safety and stability through a multilateral trans-European cooperation.
  • Develop sound Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs), optimise alternative sustainable intervention technologies within food processes and transfer knowledge to industry which is of great importance to support food industry and food management (traceability, food safety).
  • Develop awareness of public engagement in food science development and provide the tools of entrepreneurship to the new generation of scientists.

Role of ILSI Europe

ILSI Europe’s role is to contribute to the entrepreneurship and public engagement trainings, organise student webinars and create a stand-alone free online course based on the project content and intensive training workshops. The course is now available here.

For more detailed information, please contact Nevena Hristozova at