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An integrated approach to enhance food systems resilience, advocating for food security and uninterrupted food supply

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Thematic complex:
Securing the world’s food supply and competitive supply chains
Project duration:
01.01.2024 - 31.12.2027
Investigated countries:
European Union

SecureFood adopts an integrated, systems-thinking approach that acknowledges and embraces the complexity of food systems, addressing them as an interconnected network of actors, elements, activities, processes, infrastructures, and essential services related to the production and delivery of food. The ultimate goal of SecureFood is to address the food security challenges, by creating an ecosystem of scientific knowledge, collaborative processes, and digital tools.

This ecosystem will provide evidence-based indications on the risks and vulnerabilities of different food value chains (grain, fruits and vegetables, fish and aquaculture products, milk and dairy products) in different geographic contexts, and will contribute in a structured manner to the safeguarding of food security before and during crises, and to the reinforcement of food systems resilience. The cornerstone of SecureFood will be a Food Systems Resilience Management Framework, with interlinked resilience and sustainability orientations, as well as a Resilience Governance Framework that draws on collaborative principles and adopts inclusive and participatory processes to ensure successful cooperation between stakeholders and experts.


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 101136583.

Project partners

  • Accociation of Hellenic Food Industries, Greece
  • Agricultural Economics Research Institute, ELGO-Dimitra, Greece
  • Association Nationale des Industries Alimentaires, France
  • Brussels Aquaponic Farm - BIGH Anderlecht, Belgium
  • Carr Communications Ltd, Ireland
  • Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia, Slovenia
  • Consumers’ Association “The Quality of Life” EKPIZO, Greece
  • Cosmoship Maritime Ltd, Cyprus
  • DNV Business Assurance Italy S.R.L., Italy
  • Elafina S.A., Greece
  • EMPRACTIS L.P., Greece
  • European Dynamics Luxembourg S.A., Luxembourg (coordinator)
  • EXUS Software MEPE, Greece
  • Federação das Indústrias Portuguesas Agro-Alimentares, Portugal
  • Federación Española de Industrias de Alimentación y Bebidas, Spain
  • Federazione Italiana dell Industria Alimentare Associazzione, Italy
  • Fundacion Zaragoza Logistics Center, Spain
  • Galanakis Laboratories L.P., Greece
  • Innov-Acts Ltd, Cyprus
  • Institute of Communication and Computer Systems, Greece
  • IRIS Technology Solutions SL, Spain
  • Laurea University of Applied sciences, Finland
  • Lebensmittelversuchsanstalt GmbH, Austria
  • MC Share Services SA, Portugal
  • Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food, Ukraine
  • Modelo Continente Hipermercados S.A., Portugal
  • National University of Life and Environmental Sciences, Ukraine
  • Natural Resources Institute, Finland
  • Potravinářská komora České republiky, Czech Republic
  • Roussas S.A., Greece
  • SPREAD European Safety and Sustainability GEIE, Italy
  • Türkiye Süt Et Gıda Sanayicileri Ve Üreticileri Birliği, Turkey
  • Ukrainian Agrarian Confederation, Ukraine
  • Ukrainian Agribusiness Club, Ukraine


		Dr. Ivan Duric

Dr. Ivan Duric

Research Associate
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		Dr. Franziska Appel

Dr. Franziska Appel

Research Associate,
Equal Opportunities Commissioner
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Project Staff

Dr. Taras Gagalyuk
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Dr. Ivan Duric
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Marianne Müller-Albinsky
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Dr. Franziska Appel
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Borislav Rajkovic
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