“CERERE is a thematic network that puts together scientists with practitioners. Its aims are to raise awareness about the value of good food, to identify cereals supply chains which use low inputs, to empower farmers and those actors who work with alternative food systems.
CERERE consortium, Kick off meeting, University of Reading, November 2016.
By adopting a bottom-up approach CERERE will synthesize, share and disseminate existing best practices, research results and co-innovative solutions in organic/low-input cereal food systems, focusing particularly on agro-biodiversity and the associated values of quality and health.
CERERE’s objective is to foster and speed up innovations in organic/low input cereal food systems to strengthen the economic, social and environmental sustainability of these systems, consolidate links among practitioners and with researchers, enhance the resilience of agro-ecosystems and make the overall sector more competitive and better recognised by society.
EASILY ACCESSIBLE END-USER MATERIAL ON THE EXISTING BEST PRACTICES AND RESEARCH RESULTS DEVELOPED WITHIN THE NETWORK.