foodRegio in an International Context
foodRegio members and their brands and products have not only made a name for themselves throughout Germany, but are also making a splash beyond the country's borders.
Their geographical proximity to the states bordering the Baltic is also an important reason why internationalisation is considered to be such an important driver of competitiveness and is being actively promoted in foodRegio.
BELTFOOD – Links with Denmark
The German-Danish BELTFOOD network links foodRegio across the national border with the Danish partner network Fødevareplatform.
The cooperation focuses on the economic potential arising from the construction of the Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link, on overcoming the barriers to internationalisation and on making the most of the opportunities which are emerging as this border region grows together.
The initiative has been launched and is supported by the Lübeck Business Development Corporation.
Read more at: www.beltfood.de
Baltfood – Links with Northern Europe
The Baltic Sea region food cluster baltfood sets clear standards for the transfer of knowledge, trends and innovation in the food industry. The cluster started with 13 partners from academia, numerous institutions and competence networks in six countries in the Baltic region, with the aim of elevating the food industry in the Baltic region to the top of the international league as regards trends and innovations.
The baltfood Cluster Secretariat is based in the LÜBECK Business Development Corporation.
Read more at: www.baltfood.de
FoodPackLab – Photonics-Packaging Partnership for Food Innovation
European Strategic Clusters Partnership launched by 5 European clusters from photonics, packaging and food industry to foster intersectoral cooperation to bring innovative solutions for food waste in packaging industry.
Read more at: www.foodpacklab.eu