The EUFRUIT Knowledge Platform is part of a European thematic network of 21 partners including research institutes, universities and industrial partners who represent keyparts of the fruit supply chain from 12 countries.

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The European Fruit Network (EUFRUIT) - Knowledge Platform

EUFRUIT Knowledge Platform is an international open access database of electronic documents related to productivity, sustainability and quality of fruit in the European fruit sector. New knowledge on fruit research and best practice approaches at a European level are available in the database. It is possible to search for information in a specific language.

Focuses are on four thematic areas of critical importance to competitiveness and innovation potential of the European fruit sector:

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UHOH-WP1-A24

Industry group meeting

Organising/holding industry group meeting/event - Project management

UHOH-WP1-A23

Seminar

Organising/holding seminar/lecture-based workshop - Secure sustainable fruit production

UHOH-WP1-A22

FruitLogistica

Participation in industry event or exhibit - Fruit quality; improvement of fruit handling/storage

UHOH-WP1-A21

Master thesis defense

Organising/holding seminar/lecture-based workshop - Secure sustainable fruit production

UHOH-WP1-A20

Field visit

Organising/holding field visit - Secure sustainable fruit production

UHOH-WP1-A19

HortInnova; Federal Office for Agriculture and Food

Participation in other stakeholder meeting - Project management

UHOH-WP1-A18

Field visit

Organising/holding field visit - Secure sustainable fruit production

UHOH-WP1-A17

Bachelor thesis defense

Organising/holding seminar/lecture-based workshop - Secure sustainable fruit production

UHOH-WP1-A16

Industry group meeting

Organising/holding industry group meeting/event - Project management

UHOH-WP1-A15

EUFRIN/ EUFRUIT meeting

Participation in dialogue meeting (policy) - Project management

The EUFRUIT thematic network has received funding from the
European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
under grant agreement No 696337.