• Wednesday, November 8, 2023
  • 10:00 - 13:30
  • Memo
  • Diotallevi 1 Room South Hall
  • Italian
  • organized by Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee & Confagricoltura, Federalimentare, Enea

The agrifood supply chain is more and more committed to the challenge for improved sustainable productions. European Commission is going to publish the legislative Framework for Sustainable Food Systems (FSFS) which will release a legislative measure aimed at ensuring a better harmonisation amongst the different policies carried out by Member States as well as cleared information to the consumers by means of a food labelling framework. This will include wide range of impacts from nutritional, enivironmental, socio-economic and animal welfare aspects. Thus, the event will be an important occasion to promote a discussion between the most important players such as European institutions, national bodies, food supply chain and academia representatives’. In order to meet the challenges posed by the future regulatory framework it will be fundamental to understand which methodologies and evaluations could represent and protect at the best possible the main features of the italian agrifood system as well as the Mediterranean Diet food products.

Session Chairs

Massimo Iannetta, ENEA/Cluster CL.A.N.
Donato Rotundo, Confagricoltura


Session I

Innovation for sustainability and competitiveness of agri-food systems
Moderator: Mauro Uniformi, Presidente CONAF

Innovation for sustainability and competitiveness of agri-food systems
Massimo Iannetta, ENEA/Cluster CL.A.N.

Sustainability goals in farm to fork. Where do we stand?
Anastasia Alvizou, Deputy Head of Unit - DG SANTE, European Commission

New opportunities for the Italian agri-food chain:  main achievements of the NRRP Agritech project on measuring origin and sustainability
Angelo Riccaboni, University of Siena
Stefano Bertacchi, EU Bioeconomy Youth Ambassador 

Session II
The companies

Moderator: Andrea Sonnino, FIDAF

Piero Mastroberardino, Mastroberardino società agricola
Jacopo Gabriele, Orlando Gruppo Aboca
Massimiliano Ceccarini, Sipo srl 
Bruno Seabra, Carapelli Firenze S.p.A.
Giovanni Prevosti - Prealpi S.p.A.

Round-table with agrifood supply chain national representatives
Modera: Massimo Iannetta, ENEA

Carlo Alberto Buttarelli, President of Federdistribuzione
Giangiacomo Pierini, Vicepresident of Federalimentare
Massimiliano Giansanti, President of Confagricoltura

13.15 Closing remarks