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Case: Danish Produced Rennet Helps Farmers in Colombia

The rennet from DuPont™ Danisco© is of such high quality that it ensures stable income to low-income farmers in Colombia.

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Klima, miljø og energi

New sensor to improve animal welfare at fish farms

A collaboration between the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and Danish OxyGuard, a world-leading supplier of fish farm equipment, will develop a new sensor that can monitor the water quality at fish farms and ensure the welfare of the fish.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Case: More Sustainable Animal Feed Due to Danish Partnership

For many years, it has been an issue for the Danish agricultural sector that animal feed imported from other countries has been both expensive and not produced in the most climate effective way.

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Strategi & ledelse

Low Waste is a Danish Goal

Thanks to sustainable action, nothing is wasted at Daka Denmark A/S.

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Samfund

Danish Christmas trees from Germany to Hong Kong

In Denmark, there are many different traditions associated with Christmas – many of the involving Christmas trees and greenery.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Case: Slaughterhouse with Reduced Energy Usage

Denmark increasingly produces food in a more environmentally friendly manner in several parts of the value chain. For instance, the Danish Crown slaughterhouse in Horsens is a very good example of how Danish companies are front-runners in sustainable production.

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Samfund

Claus Meyer and Oxfam IBIS will open a new food school in Morocco

A new innovative collaboration between the Melting Pot Foundation and Oxfam IBIS will boost both cooking and job creation in Morocco. An intensive training course will use food crafts to create jobs and opportunities for young people in Morocco, and thereby help thousands out of poverty and marginalisation.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Women’s football championship on perfected turf

England sets the scene for the 16 qualifier teams at the European Championship.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Case: Enzymes Keep Bread Fresher for Longer

Bread is one of the world’s most widely consumed foods. The average European citizen eats around 50kg a year and has high expectations of the bread’s freshness, taste and elasticity. But, for all its popularity, huge volumes of bread go to waste, after turning dry, hard and unappealing.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Case: Taste and colour-neutral microalgae as a plant-based food ingredient

Aliga Microalgae has succeeded in developing a nutritious white chlorophyll-free and flavour-neutral Chlorella algae as an alternative ingredient with large potential in the future plant-based food markets.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Case: Reducing Food Waste With Nature’s Own Resources

Chr. Hansen’s food cultures improves fermentation processes to enhance the quality and fresh flavor at or even beyond end of shelf life, thus supporting the fight against food waste by helping yogurt stay naturally fresh for longer.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Ny Imageanalyse: Eksportvækst i sigte med sunde og bæredygtige danske landbrugs- og fødevareløsninger

På fire af Danmarks centrale eksportmarkeder bliver danske landbrugs- og fødevarevirksomheder fremhævet som leveringsdygtige af produkter og løsninger, der kan bidrage til udviklingen af sundhed og bæredygtighed på tværs af værdikæden. Det viser en ny undersøgelse foretaget af Epinion for Food Nation.

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Klima, miljø og energi

DLG Group invests heavily in pea proteins in Germany

DLG’s German agricultural company, HaGe, will invest in a new plant in Germany to produce highly processed pea proteins for the food industry. The project is part of the DLG Group’s sustainability plan ZERO and is also one of the largest green initiatives that the Group presents in the strategically important German market.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Cutting CO2 Emissions in Half due to Sustainable Packaging

The Greenlandic fishing company Royal Greenland makes their business more sustainable by increasing their focus for a more sustainable production with a new system for packaging. This has resulted in a CO2 emissions cut by 50%.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Utilising biofilters to drastically reduce methane emissions from livestock

A new GUPD-funded project called Biomet is put in action with the aim to reduce the climate footprint of Danish dairy cows and pig production in a cost-effective way. By using biofilter technology, the parties intend to address one of the biggest climate culprits, methane gas.

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Samfund

Case: High-quality Cheese Containing Half the Amount of Sodium

Like many other companies in the Danish food cluster, Chr. Hansen offers a wide range of innovative solutions. One of their products, SaltLite™ makes it possible to cut down on salt when producing cheese.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Case: Enzymes Keep Bread Fresher for Longer

Bread is one of the world’s most widely consumed foods. The average European citizen eats around 50kg a year and has high expectations of the bread’s freshness, taste and elasticity. But, for all its popularity, huge volumes of bread go to waste, after turning dry, hard and unappealing.

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Samfund

Come meet us at Tour de France Business Tent

Mark your calendar for 2 and 3 July when Denmark’s five branding consortiums and The Confederation of Danish Industries invite you to join the conversation, get inspiration and enjoy the activity in our joint business tent in Nyborg and Sønderborg.

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Supply chain

Case: Realizing the untapped potential in the dairy herd

By keeping your dairy herd healthy and preventing disease, it will reduce CO2 emissions and increase revenue.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Organic is a part of the solutions of tomorrow

Denmark is a country with high ambitions for its organic production. With an increased focus on sustainability globally, Danish companies are showcasing how organic is part of the solution for a sustainable food system when they exhibit their organic and sustainable products at Nordic Organic Food Fair.

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Samfund

New enzyme makes high protein drinks taste better

Novozymes launches Formea Prime to help the industry produce better tasting protein beverages that consumers seek to buy in a growing market.

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Strategi & ledelse

Case: High Food Safety Opens New Doors

Danish food safety and controls are known to be very strict, and this high level of food safety gives opportunities in new markets. That is what Danish Crown experienced when allowed to export their products into the strictly regulated Chinese market.

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Klima, miljø og energi

The climate imprint on a Danish pig meat continues to decline

Danish Crown’s suppliers of pigs have reduced CO2 emissions by almost 7% on average since 2016, and their goal is to cut another 4% by the end of 2022. This corresponds to the total carbon footprint from 12,000 Danish households.

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Strategi & ledelse

Case: How Collaboration Increases the Market Share of Organic Products

In Denmark, professional kitchens can benefit from the consumers’ increasing demand for organic food. As of 2018, more than 3000 kitchens and eateries are enrolled in the program. The Organic Cuisine Label is an example of the organic development in Denmark.

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Klima, miljø og energi

New research show potential in electrification of the food industry

Reports from DTU Mechanical Engineering show there is great potential in electrifying processes in the Danish food industry contributing to a greener food production.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Saving water from Denmark to Kenya with smart solutions

Less irrigation and greater yields. The Danish company SoilSense has developed a wireless soil moisture sensor system which analyses data in real-time to provide direct insights on how much water crops need.

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Samfund

How the National Culinary Team changes the Cuisine of Denmark

Since 2005, the National Culinary Team of Denmark has taken home several medals from the Culinary World Championships and Olympics. It has not only changed the destinies of young chefs but also raised the awareness of the gastronomic opportunities in Denmark as well as our global position as a leading gastronomic food nation.

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