On the upcoming 21st of May, Turin will become a focal point for discussions on circular economy in the food sector, thanks to the fifth meeting of the “Food Tuesdays“, a key initiative of the “Atlas of Food of Metropolitan Turin” project. The event will be held at the Environmental Science and Technology Park on Livorno Street, 60, starting at 4 p.m.

The meeting is focused on the opportunities that the circular economy can offer to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), with a program featuring talks from experts and institutional representatives. Among the main speakers, Laura Ribotta from the Innovation and European Funds Service of the City of Turin will discuss the city’s food policies. This will be followed by a pitch session where nine innovative food sector companies will present their commitment to circularity, moderated by Franco Fassio, an expert in Industrial Design from the University of Pollenzo.

Also present will be seven winning companies of the “Circular Food” grant from the City of Turin, including Panacea Social Farm, Italia Plant Based S.R.L. Benefit Corporation, Consorzio Kairos s.c.s. Onlus, Biova s.r.l., Mercato Circolare s.r.l. Benefit Company, Weco Social Enterprise, Att s.r.l. Social Enterprise and two companies selected from the “In Cibo Civitas” project.

Barbara La Licata from Environment Park SpA Green Chemistry will outline regional and European funding tools available for companies wanting to invest in sustainable practices.

The event promises to be an unmissable opportunity for businesses and stakeholders interested in exploring how the circular economy can become a lever for growth and sustainable development.

Book now