On March 21, Wildfood project was presented in the VII Mediterranean Forest Week within the session: Improving the value-chain of Mediterranean Wild Food Products (WFP): special insight into how certification, branding and labelling can upgrade the economic value of edible non-wood forest products. The session was structured in three parts: First, a presentation of the WILDFOOD project in general and a specific presentation on WFP certification and labelling; Secondly, two presentations on NWFP certification and labelling schemes and standards and their market and economic opportunities; and thirdly, two case studies on NWFPs certification in Turkey and Portugal.
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WildFood Portuguese partner, ISA, is organising the first workshop with stakeholders in Portugal with the aim of deepening in the Wild Food Products value chains, the innovation for the quality, sustainability and safety, and the innovating marketing strategies. Here is the programme of the workshop which will be held on October 21:
On May 18, 2021, a workshop was held in Catalonia, Spain, with pine nuts producers, entrepreneurs, and other relevant stakeholders of the pine nut value chain, with the main aim of identifying most relevant barriers for pine nut producers, harvesters and sellers, and innovative solutions to overcome these barriers. During the workshop, the Wildfood project was presented, in an introductory phase, and after that, Míriam Piqué presented the map of stakeholders in the pine nuts value chain and a SWOT analysis, both being the bases for discussing the most important problems to be addressed. One of the biggest challenges…