Newsletter August 2021

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Impact of restrictions – change of plans

Due to a range of travel restrictions, we are postponing our planned kick-off on 2-3 September at Mjölby Stadshotell and the study trip to the World Food Center in the Netherlands on 27-29 October, so that as many people as possible can take part. We
are instead proposing the following dates for you to put in your diary:

Due to a range of travel restrictions, we are postponing our planned kick-off on 2-3 September at Mjölby Stadshotell and the study trip to the World Food Center in the Netherlands on 27-29 October, so that as many people as possible can take part. We
are instead proposing the following dates for you to put in your diary:

20-21 January 2022 Kick-off, Mjölby Stadshotell
2-4 February 2022 Study trip to World Food Center, Netherlands

Over the autumn, we will be focusing on getting the working groups to set out in more detail the ideas that we want to implement at the Food Experience Centre. The themed working groups will have three meetings each, aimed at drawing up 2-3 embryonic ideas that we would like making a reality. We have the following working groups:

  • Food in circular flows
  • Logistics and infrastructure
  • Innovative and exciting technology
  • Food associated with exercise and health
  • The food and farming of tomorrow
  • Väderstad as a destination

This autumn, we will begin to look at how to fund the work that needs to be done once this project has been completed.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact one of us below.
Until the next time!

Contact:
Eva Rådander, Marketing and communications manager, +46 10-234 51 13, eva.radander@mjolby.se
Caroline Davidsson, Project coordinator, +46 702-471 043, caroline.davidsson@mjolby.se
Peter Borring, External contacts, +46 70-343 69 59, peter.borring@telia.com
Annelie Ahlström, Rural coordinator, +46 10-234 59 03, annelie.ahlstrom@mjolby.se