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Interactive resources to boost the bioeconomy across the EU agri-food sector

Interactive resources to boost the bioeconomy across the EU agri-food sector

Clusters of relevant EU agri-food organisations in the bioeconomy

CBCs & collaborators.

This section maps clusters of relevant agri-food organisations within the bioeconomy in the EU. Their business strategies are examples of efficient, sustainable and profitable models that could be replicated. The organisations within these clusters (COOPID Bioeconomy Clusters, CBCs) have the overall aim of collaborating towards achieving a wider adoption of bio-based business models in the European primary production sector.

  • All Clusters
  • CBC Spain
  • CBC Austria
  • CBC Finland
  • CBC Ireland
  • CBC France
  • CBC Denmark
  • CBC Bulgaria
  • CBC Poland
  • CBC Italy
  • CBC Greece

Primary producers active in the bioeconomy

COOPID Ambassadors

The COOPID ambassadors actively take part in the activities organised by COOPID, like visits to successfull bioeconomy organisations in the EU. COOPID ambassadors are primary producers, generally part of COOPID Bioeconomy Clusters.

  • All COOPID ambassadors
  • Spanish ambassadors
  • Irish ambassadors
  • French ambassadors
  • Polish ambassadors
  • Greek ambassadors
  • Bulgarian-ambassadors
  • Italian ambassadors
  • Finnish ambassadors

Success cases

Examples of circular agri-food business models

The COOPID project has selected, visited and analysed a series of successful examples of circular business models in the EU agri-food sector. In this section, the key areas to understand how they work:


Hot topics in the EU farming sector

Want to know more?

Download here the full pack of infographics prepared by COOPID about hot topics in the EU primary sector.


For primary producers & stakeholders

The COOPID Bioeconomy Conference launched a survey with its audience commenting on the primary sector, the bioeconomy, and the COOPID outcomes. Now you can share your thoughts too:

Watch the COOPID Bioeconomy Conference

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