Food & Business Research
Food & Business Research aims at addressing persistent food security challenges in low and middle income countries. It focuses on the urgent and growing need for adequate knowledge and solutions for regional and local problems related to food security. Food & Business Research consists of two funding instruments: the Global Challenges Programme and the Applied Research Fund. Both are part of the Food & Business Knowledge Agenda of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Articles based on Food & Business research
- Lessons and observations on co-creation for impact
- The relevance of longer-term research
- Joint learning with a focus on smallholders
Food & Business Research implements the research part of the Food & Business Knowledge Agenda of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.This research agenda is elaborated upon by the Food & Business Knowledge Platform. It is positioned within the Innovation Contracts of the Dutch Top Sectors Agri&Food and Horticulture & Propagation Materials.
Food & Business Research provides grants to consortia of researchers and practitioners (private and/or public) for research that contributes to food security in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMIC’s). Collaboration between practitioners and research organisations and between public and private parties is expected to facilitate the utilisation of research results, thus contributing to new products, policies and practices.