Public Deliverables

Deliverables are additional outputs (e.g. information, special reports or other building blocks of the project) that must be produced and submitted to the European Commission during the project lifetime. Here you can download all the project public deliverables.


  • D2.1 – List of Case Studies 

Different typologies of case studies have been identified and described in order to highlight and communicate European experiences where bottom-up innovation along the farm-to-fork continuum are underpinning the construction of diversified and sustainable cereal food systems.

Download D2.1 (in PDF)


  • D2.2 – Literature Review Paper

This paper aims at reviewing recent research on alternative cereal systems by adopting an innovative and participatory multi-actor approach which has involved practitioners and researchers.

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  • D2.3 – Collected Solutions

This deliverablepresents six collected solutions that help bring about a cereal renaissance by widening the range of alternatives to commodity cereals in European food and farming systems.

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  • D2.4 – Challenges and Bottlenecks Solutions

The objective of this deliverable is to discuss bottlenecks (something to narrow or slow down otherwise successful processes) and challenges (the difficulties to be overcome when trying to fix the ‘bottleneck’) identified in relation to current and future ‘seed to fork’ best practices with the intention to trigger a technical and policy dialogue involving a wide group of stakeholders.

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  • D3.1 – Booklet on EU Events

A detailed report of the EU-wide “Let’s Cultivate Diversity” meetings in different countries.

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  • D3.2 – Policy Recommendation Paper

The policy recommendations to sustain and develop innovative cereal food chains are the results of a three year process and are based onCERERE case studies,highlighting experiences where bottom-up innovations along the farm-to fork continuum are underpinning the construction of diversified and sustainable cereal food systems.

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  • D4.1 – Training Concept

The purpose of this deliverable is to present a ‘training concept’ which will inform training provided to innovation brokers and facilitators of participatory and knowledge-sharing activities working in the context of the EIP-AGRI, and EIP Operational Groups specifically.

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  • D4.2 – Practice Abstracts in the Common EIP-AGRI Format 1

CERERE partners, supported by facilitators and innovation brokers, have identified innovation practices from case studies and the literature review transferring them into Practice Abstract, describing the innovative experiences identified in the network and the best practices emerging from them. This deliverables explains the whole process to produce the Practice Abstracts published in the first part of the project.

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  • D4.3 – OG Guidelines in the EIP-AGRI Framework

Operational Groups are the EIP-AGRI’s main tool for turning innovative ideas into real solutions for the field. This deliverable’s goal is to foster the creation of Operational Groups from the extended network of the CERERE thematic network.

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  • D4.4 – Practice Abstracts in the Common EIP-AGRI Format 2

CERERE partners, supported by facilitators and innovation brokers, have identified innovation practices from case studies and the literature review transferring them into Practice Abstract, describing the innovative experiences identified in the network and the best practices emerging from them. This deliverables explains the whole process to produce the Practice Abstracts published in the second part of the project.

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  • D5.1 – Dissemination Plan

The Dissemination Plan aims at developing an efficient system of communication. This includes both internal communication directed at CERERE partners and external communication, addressed to stakeholders, interested groups, consumers and the general public.

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  • D5.2 – Leaflet and Video

The​​ CERERE leaflet​​ was ​​produced ​​in ​​a​​participatory way ​through​​ survey ​​and​​ round​​ of consultations​​on​​ different​​ graphic ​​layouts. The ​​video​​​ presenting ​​the ​​project ​​​is a 3-minutes clip on the project keywords and objectives.

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  • D5.3 – Report on Stakeholder mapping

The stakeholder mapping reflects the current knowledge base of the partners. The stakeholders identified in the initial mapping reflect the local and regional focus of many of the partner institutions, with many local-level and regional or municipal actors rather than international and EU-wide actors.

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  • D5.4 – Training and Awareness Rising Portfolio

All the main outcomes of CERERE project were synthesized into well-targeted, diversified training and awareness raising products focusing on the case studies, the research results, the best practices, the collected solutions and the challenges and needs emerging from the multi-actor activities. The CERERE “Training and awareness portfolio” was the result of this activity.

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  • D5.5 – Printed Book on Case Studies in 4 Languages

The CERERE project has been a process of knowledge and strengthening of the relationships at European level between actors active in the definition of the alternative supply chains in the cereal sector. The “CERERE book of case studies – Agrobiodiversity: Success stories in Europe” is a collection of best practices selected by the definition of some common principles emerged during this process of knowledge.

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  • D5.6 – High Quality Web Documentary 

To support the streamlining of agrobiodiversity, nutritional quality and environmentalsustainability in cereal food chains, CERERE has produced a high quality video documentaryto forster citizen engagement to understand and possibly take part in the construction of“alternative” food chains.

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  • D6.1 – Ethic Guidelines

This deliverable was developed to ensure that activities within the project are conducted in compliance with well-defined ethic guidelines.

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