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FoodTechIndia demonstration polyhouse showcases the future of closed cultivation in India

On January 18, 2019 the partners of FoodTechIndia inaugurated the demonstration polyhouse of 1 acre at the India Food Park in Tumkur, Karnataka, India. FoodTechIndia FoodTechIndia (“FTI”) is a public-private initiative combining the strengths of Dutch agro-food companies, knowledge institutes, governmental agencies and their Indian counterparts to reduce food wastage in India through the establishment of […]

Professor van der Waal's Atlas of Oral Diseases: A Guide to Daily Practice

Atlas of Oral diseases translated in Thai

With help of Larive Thailand Professor van der Waal’s textbook; Atlas of Oral Diseases: A Guide to Daily Practice is now translated for the Thai medical sector. At the launching event in Bangkok Prof. van der Waal shared his experience on the diagnosis and treatment of oral premalignant lesions and lichen planus, the two most […]

FoodTechAfrica Tanzania

Towards a more sustainable and efficient way of producing fish in Kenya

Via Agroberichten Buitenland: Due to a strong growth in population, urbanization, increased wealth and changing eating patterns, demand for protein-rich, safe and sustainable food increases. These factors put enormous pressure on farmers as arable land and resources are limited. Fish is a very efficient form of animal protein in terms of feed, water usage and […]

HortiTechIndia Workshop

HortiTechIndia workshop in Bangalore

The HortiTechIndia consortium gave the workshop “Dutch greenhouse technology and knowledge, the HortiTechIndia way forward” on January 17th 2019, in the Gokulam Grand Hotel, Bangalore. The partners developed a business case based on Dutch knowledge and technology suited for the Indian context that shows the commercial viability of investing in Dutch technology and knowledge for commercial […]