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Developing and strengthening an international ecosystem of organisations that work
together to realise the transition to a sustainable global food system. Only together, we can shape the future of food. That is Foodvalley NL’s mission.

“Foodvalley is working with national and international partners on a global ambition: by 2050 there must be tasty, healthy, affordable and sustainable food for ten billion people. To get there, we have to work together. The Foodvalley NL team is growing fast. Curious about who our experts are? Let me present our experts.”

Marjolein Brasz, CEO Foodvalley NL

Innovation Field: Protein transtition

Protein transition involves shifting towards more sustainable and alternative sources of protein. This is important for building a more sustainable and ethical food system that supports the health and wellbeing of people, animals, and planet. As populations continue to grow, protein transition can help to ensure that food systems are capable of meeting the nutritional needs of people in a way that is environmentally and socially sustainable.

Innovation Field: Food & Health

Traditional industrial food production systems often prioritise quantity over quality, which can lead to nutrient-poor foods that are high in sugar, salt, and unhealthy fats, contributing to non-communicable diseases such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. By promoting healthier and more sustainable diets, food transition can improve public health outcomes.

Sabine Poelmann

Community Manager Food & Health

  • +31 6 308 816 97                                                       
    sabine.poelmann@foodvalley.nl

Innovation Field: Circular Agrifood

Circular Agrifood is a process of producing food, where there is a closed-loop system that optimises the use of resources and reduces waste. It involves the idea of reducing waste and reusing or upcycling materials throughout the food production cycle. The approach focuses on sustainable agriculture, waste reduction, and circular economy principles in the production and consumption of food.

Ecosystem Development

Ecosystem development refers to creating and nurturing an ecosystem of programmes, organisations, and resources that support the growth of the food industry. This can involve bringing together entrepreneurs, investors and facilities build an environment that facilitates collaboration, innovation, and growth both local and global.

Strategy

Project Management

Operations

Partnerships

Marketing and Communications