D1.1 – A model for calculating emissions from food, WP1
A framework and a model, which was developed to be used for calculating emissions from food supply chain, from the post-harvest to end users.
D11.1 – Mid-term practice abstract, WP11
A structure for the model which links products and typical configurations found in each sector of the food chain was created. Methods to carry out the assessment were created and methodologies to assess the financial paybacks and time to application for each technology were developed. A structure for data collation and analysis was provided and can be used by all partners involved in the WP. The work assesses each individual technical option (and non-technical options if these are quantifiable) individually.
D2.1 – Road map structure document, WP2
Each of the following technology roadmaps assesses state-of-the-art and future technologies/operational practices and predict the GHG emissions savings achievable when applying these technologies across products and sectors of the food chain. Food retail roadmap: a technological roadmap for food retail.
D2.2 – Food retail roadmap, WP2
The report presents data and models added to the tool for the added technologies, such as renewable energy resources, heating processes, packaging materials and best future technologies selected in WP2.
The policy brief summarizes the state-of-the-art of food standards and labelling.
D7.1 – Policy brief standards and labelling, WP7
The short summary describes the main information/recommendation/practice that can serve the end-users in their daily practice, based on the activities and results of the project.