Implementation of training seminars for trainers on standardisation and certification guidelines, for existing and new products, as on the production process of new products
10th February 2020
The training seminars for trainers organised by The Region of Epirus, within the framework of MeDInno Project, had been completed successfully between 28th January and 8th February 2020 at Ioannina city. At the seminars attended trainers and professionals who work to related sectors.
The seminars focused on the standardisation and certification guidelines as well as, the production process of the sheep and goat cheese products, and meat products.
Basic information about the project
MeDInno project – “Joint development of innovative processes and products based on local dairy and meat tradition pertaining to ruminant farming and relevant agri-food sectors” is implemented in the framework of the Interreg V-A “Greece-Italy 2014-2020” Cooperation Programme.
The project is implemented in the regions of Epirus and in the regions of Epirus and Puglia (Italy) and aims to disseminate the existing cheese and meat products of the region and to promote and develop new cheese and meat products in line with the modern gastronomic trends. Also through a process of know-how transfer and quality standardization, it aims to support the micro & small livestock units in order to upgrade their processes and improve their extroversion.
MeDInno project is co-funded for 841.517,40 euro by European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and national co-financing within Interreg V-A Greece-Italy Programme 2014-2020
Region of Epirus
Vicky Igoumenidou, 2651087115, firstname.lastname@example.org
Regione Puglia – Joint Secretariat Communication Office
Carmela Sfregola +39 3493916007 email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Interreg V-A Greece-Italy Programme is an European Territorial Cooperation Programme that aims to help public institutions and local stakeholders to develop cross-border projects and pilot actions and to create new policy, products and services, with the final goal to improve the citizens’ quality of life. Strategically, the programme will enhance innovation in a number of fields such as blue growth, tourism and culture, agro food and cultural and creative industries. Interreg V-A Greece-Italy Programme aims to get maximum return from EUR 123 million financed per 85% by European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and per 15% by the 2 member states through a national co-financing.