Rethinking the Egyptian Baking value chain

ER2FOOD aims to promote energy and resources efficiency for innovative and sustainable baking sector.

ABOUT THE PROJECT

We provide training, we promote sustainability

ER2FOOD aims to increase awareness about energy and Resource efficiency solutions across the Egyptian food industries and relevant stakeholders through dedicated events, training groups and workshops in Cairo, Delta and Upper Egypt.
Selected MSMEs and startups will receive technical, business and financial support to accompany their transitions to a more sustainable model

The application for the Egyptian MSMEs was closed on 31 August 2022.
If your company has been selected, you will receive a confirmation email starting from the 30 of September 2022.

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More efficient energy and resources consumption

Achieve a more circular and sustainable approach

Enlarge the business to support new opportunities

Optimize the process to reduce carbon emissions

HOW IT WORKS

An opportunity for MSMEs and start ups

ER2FOOD will select 15 Egyptian micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and start-ups from the bakery sector to benefit from a technological and environmental gap analysis and an identification of “hot-spots” to improve. The most promising 6 companies will then receive financial and technical support from ER2FOOD project partners.

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EFFICIENCY RESOURCES

ER2FOOD promotes resources and energy efficiency across the various industries, dissemination tools will thus be a main pillar in the project. ER2FOOD website will thus act as an online portal dedicated to energy and resources efficiency; technologies, processes, standards, and best practices in the food sector. Training material will also be available online for the wide industrial audience in the form of e-learning material and webinars.

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Partners

This website was created and maintained with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of the prokect partners and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.