The SOULFOOD project aims to test cutting-edge digital tools in the agrifood sector to foster sustainable production and enhance the connection between producers and social food distribution initiatives. It focuses on testing how to avoid food loss and waste in primary production by reusing it for vulnerable groups.

Through its efforts to build a more sustainable, inclusive, and interconnected agri-food value chain, SOULFOOD aligns with the global objective of halving food waste by 2030, while also addressing the pressing issue of inadequate access to nutritious meals among vulnerable populations. All activities of the project fosters collaboration between various stakeholders, including agri-food actors and social food distribution initiatives, spanning non-profit organizations and local governments. Also, dissemination and awareness-raising events will also be organised to share the results with similar actors in other European and non-European

With nine partners from four European countries – Spain, Lithuania, Romania, and Greece – representing diverse sectors of the agri-food value chain, including local governments, producers, digitalization and innovation experts, and social gleaning initiatives, SOULFOOD is poised to drive positive change in sustainable food production and consumption practices.

Project coordinator:
1. Diputacio de Tarragona (ES)

Project partners:
2. Lietuvos inovacijų centras (LT)
3. Agrifood Lithuania DIH (LT)
4. Cluster TIC Catalunya Sud (ES)
5. Fundacio Espigoladors (ES)
6. Reus Desenvolupament Economic SA (ES)
7. Ajuntament de Reus (ES)
8. Municipiul Roman (RO)
9. Boroume Saving Food Saving Lives (EL)