Agrimax survey: perception of bio-based products for food and packaging
Purpose of the survey
Food ingredients and packaging additives can be extracted from by-products and wastes of the agrifood production chain.

This survey has been developed by Agrimax - an EU-funded project that is developing and demonstrating the production of multiple, high-value products from crop and food-processing waste by building two, flexible, multi-feedstock pilot biorefineries in Europe. The project aims to tackle Europe’s food waste problem as around 90 million tonnes of food and 700 million tonnes of the crop are wasted every year. The project will maximise the EU’s sustainability while providing new biobased compounds for the chemicals, food-packaging and agricultural sectors.

The Agrimax project would like to find out your assessment of the applicability of these compounds in today’s food businesses.

The Agrimax consortium combines the expertise of 29 partners from 11 European countries, you can find more by visiting the website http://agrimax-project.eu/ or following the project on Twitter https://twitter.com/Agrimax_EU

Duration and anonymity
It will take around 10 minutes to fill in the questionnaire. All answers will be handled anonymously; it is not possible to track back any answer to any participant of the survey.

Survey modalities
The questionnaire design requires answers in a given format. Please comply with the rules indicated in the respective question.

Feedback
Answers will be collected until the 30th June 2019.

Thank you very much for your cooperation. If you have any questions regarding the survey or the Agrimax project please contact: Emma Needham, Communications Manager, BioVale (emma.needham@biovale.org).

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