1 Bio-economy between Food and non Food: The Italian Way Bioeconomia per l Italia Daniele Rossi Vice Chairman EU Technology Platform Food for Life Director Research & Innovation - Confagricoltura Director International Projects Brewers of Italy - Confindustria
2 TOTAL Source: Data & trends of the European Food and Drink Industry 2012 (FoodDrinkEurope)
3 TOP 5 F&D INDUSTRIES IN THE EU Top 5 Member States in terms of food & drink industry turnover, 2014 ( billion) Germany France Italy UK Spain Source: Federalimentare elaboration from preliminary Eurostat data
4 Source: SCAR EUROSTAT 4th foresight 2015
5 European long-term priorities of The European Technology Platform Food for Life A more competitive agri-food industry and chain in Europe; More innovation in farming and food processing: Farm for Tomorrow - Food Factory of the Future; Resource efficiency in the bioeconomy strategy; Improving added value of high quality foods, traditional and PGI ; Dietary needs of the elderly, in pregnancy, in others target groups; Early detection of chemical and microbiological hazards; Low cost and low scale processing, tech transfer and networks for SMEs; Impact of food and drink policies in Europe (VAT, excise, access, comm.).
6 Increase R&D strategy; Coordinate research in Europe and prevent duplication; Promote SME participation, specific programmes and networks; Focus, align and collaborate transnationally between stakeholders; Increase multidisciplinary / cross-sector education and training; Optimise knowledge capture and dissemination of knowledge between Member States and towards farmers and SMEs.
7 COORDINATOR: Italian Food for Life
8 More than SMEs and national stakeholders involved (Industry, Farmers, Universities, Research centres, Consumers, National Public Bodies, Retailers, Financial institutions). 87 strategic documents visible and published on ETP website (SRA, Implementation Plan, Vision document etc.) 2 mln yearly availability of public national funds specifically for NTPs 450 mln yearly availability of public national funds for food chain research 1. Rome, Brussels, Brussels, Budapest, Barcelona, Riga, Brussels, Rimini, Budapest, Bonn, Istanbul, Paris, Vienna, Brussels, Athens, Turin, Prague,
9 EUROPE Major innovators: 41% Process Major innovation 23% Both: 13% Product Major innovation 31% Only 15% of all F&D firms did not introduce innovations in the last 3 years Improvers who did not introduced major innovations: 44% Source: SSA SMEs-NET
10 Wide variety of products. Convenience, ready to eat. Attention to specific nutritional needs. Tasty products, texture, density, colour, pack. Products affordable in price / quality ratio. Attention to specific needs: religious / ethnic / ethical. Attention to environment,sustainability,naturalness New occasions: brunches, aperos, happy hours, street food, catering, slow food, grazing, gastros.
11 Challenges and responses for Food Manufacturers Scarcity in raw materials; Globalization to manage; Local food chains and markets enhanced; Buyers and Retailers concentration; New ways of consumption; High stratification of consumption; New glocal values: ethics, envi, ethnic, authentic, natural ; New policies on food&drink: neo protect, neo prohibi, neo info; New trade policies: Europe, Efta, Nafta, Asian, Ttip, Med, Mercosur. Precision farming and sustainability; Raw materials diversity; Low scale technologies and scale economies; Resource and manufacturing efficiency to improve; Horizontal Innovation to be incorporated: new mats., ICT, process, pack From old to young generation of entrepreneurs; Food Supply Chain and Collaborative Networks; New distribution systems and business models; Flexibility and differentiation to face new ways of consumption;
12 MAIN CHALLENGES FOR INNOVATION OF AGRI FOOD SMEs BUSINESSES Access to innovative ideas converting of research results into practical solutions Reduction of the risks of investment of company resources into innovation reduction of failure rate of innovation projects (technical management, business support) during the process reduction of barriers: legal, administrative protection of confidential information/knowledge, on which innovative products, processes, services, systems, market solutions are based Financing innovation Training and tech transfer to farmers and SMEs companies Aggregation of entrepreneurships Food Supply Chain Conf , Brussels
13 RESEARCH PRIORITIES OF THE ETP FOOD FOR LIFE * Creating opportunities for a sustainable and competitive agri-food industry, through innovation in food processing 1. Processing to deliver novel food functionalities: A Food Chain Approach; 2. New nano and micro ICT Technologies and business models to improve the competitiveness of the European Food Industry; 3. Innovative technology solutions for the Food Factory of the Future; 4. Sustainable resource efficient food manufacturing; 5. Development of micro-food preparation technologies to empower consumers; 6. To provide SMEs with appropriate scale low-cos processing resources, knowledge transfer tools & networks; 7. Improve the added value and market penetration at European and international level of high quality foods and alcoholic beverages, which bear the Geographical indication. * Italian proposals in green
14 RESEARCH PRIORITIES OF THE ETP FOOD FOR LIFE * Health and Safety of our foods 1. Elucidation of the key components of energy balance as a key element in combating obesity; 2. A research program to identify the impact of sugars on health within a healthy lifestyle ; 3. The dietary needs of the elderly; 4. Role of diet in pregnancy and nutrient requirements of very premature babies; 5. Use of beneficial fermentative microorganisms to improve food safety and quality; 6. Ensuring microbiological safety in the food chain; 7. Development of methodologies for early/real-time detection and identification of chemical and microbiological hazards in foods; 8. Better understanding of food allergens to enable improved health advice to industry and consumers. * Italian proposals in green
15 RESEARCH PRIORITIES OF THE ETP FOOD FOR LIFE * Promoting informed consumer choices 1. To improve trust and governance in the European food sector and food attitudes in European consumers; 2. Evaluating consumers attitudes and food & drink policies (VAT, Excises, Legal age, Hours, Labelling, Info consumers, Advert, Access, Comm.); 3. Defining EU-wide standards and tools in Food Consumer Science and engaging consumers with (innovative) consumer research approaches; 4. Integrating scientific disciplines and databases to encourage healthy dietary choices and lifestyles; 5. Making food consumer science actionable for SMEs * Italian proposals in green
16 2010 (Bil ) 2012 (Bil ) 2014* (Bil ) FATTURATO (Valore) 124 (+2,3%) 130 (+2,4%) 133 (+1,5%) PRODUZIONE (Quantità) NUMERO IMPRESE INDUSTRIALI -0,3% -0,9% +0.5% (con oltre 9 addetti) (con oltre 9 addetti) (con oltre 9 addetti) NUMERO ADDETTI EXPORT IMPORT SALDO TOTALE CONSUMI ALIMENTARI 21,1 (+10,0%) 17,5 (+10,8%) 4,6 (+7,0%) 206 (Variaz. Reale -1,0%) 24,7 (+6,9%) 18,6 (+0,5%) 6,1 (+32,6%) 208 (Variaz. Reale -3%) 27,1 (+3,5%) 20,4 (+4,8%) 6,7 (+19,7%) 207 (Variaz. Reale -0,3%) POSIZIONE NELL INDUSTRIA MANIFATTURIERA ITALIANA 2 posto (12%) dopo settore metalmeccanico 2 posto (13%) dopo settore metalmeccanico 2 posto (14%) dopo settore metalmeccanico
18 2014 ITALIAN BIO-ECONOMY IT bio-economy turnover of 267 billion (460 billion euro at consumer price) with 2,431 million employees. Sector Turnover (Billion ) Employees (million) Source Food & Drink Industry 133 0,5 FoodDrinkEurope Agriculture 41 1,2 COPA-COGECA Fisheries 3 0,1 FAO Paper, Leather etc. 37 0,2 CEPI Forestry 30 0,3 CEI-BOIS Seeders (Fruit&Veget) 2 0,1 ANVE,CIVI,MIVA,FVG Others (build, textile ) 16 0,1 CEFIC Biobased materials Chemistry 4 (est)* 0,02 (est)* USDA, Arthur D Little, Festel, McKinsey, CEFIC Enzimes 0,2 (est)* 0,001 (est)* Amfep, Novozymes, Danisco/Genencor, DSM Biofuels 0,8 0,01 EBB, ebio Total 267 2,431 Source: Osservatorio 2014
19 RANKING OF FIRST SIX COMPETENCES REQUIRED FROM THE ITALIAN AGRIFOOD SMEs TO TAKE GRADUATES MULTIDISCIPLINAR TECHNICAL SKILLS 1 MANAGERIAL & BUSINESS SKILLS 2 MARKETING & COMMERCIAL SKILLS 3 ICT SKILLS, OFFICE MANAGEMENT 4 LEGAL AFFAIRS 5 FLUENT KNOWLEDGE OF LANGUAGES 6 Fonte: Elaboration and forecast Federalimentare on Italian Food for Life NTP data
20 Bioeconomy: Global Challenges after 2008 crisis Nutrition security and climate change: sustainable food supply system (SFSP-FAO UNEP); Access to enough, safe and nutritious food : EU JPI FACCE and Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life and WANA; A more resource efficient agriculture, marine and food chain : FAO Agrifood Task force and IPCC and CFP; Developing the human and social capital: High level panel of experts (FAO UNEP HLPE); Land use and rural development strategy: CAP, OECD WP on rural growth and CIHEAM; Long term strategy for the bioeconomy : EU biobased PPP Green Economy and IAASTD and ETC group.
21 Bioeconomy: The Italian way Agri Hot Topics New perennial grain crops and sustainable yields; New biological active compounds as alternative pesticides; Management of natural resources and biodiversity; Optimizing livestock production systems; Soil, marine and water conservation in a changing environment; Improved high quality plant based protein sources; Valorization of by-products and wastes in a circular bioeconomy (no losses); Innovative tools and methods to improve quality and safety of local and origin denominated food;
22 Bioeconomy: The Italian way Industry Hot Topics The food human axis: effect of ingredients, processing and way of consumption on human wellbeing; High quality stable and fresh food ready to eat with packaging extended shelf life; Consumer response to food price instability: from raw materials to retailers supplier; Valorization of genetic resources and technological improvements to increase the nutra-functional values of processed foods; New track systems and sustainable transportation and logistics; Markers identification of varieties used in the production of DOP/IGP
23 The potential role of the Italian technology inputs There are technologies and manufacturing methods developed for other manufacturing sectors that could suit food industry needs Other manufacturing sectors have already cope with the problem of transferring advanced technologies to SMEs through new manufacturing business models Multi-disciplinary partnerships can be established to address food research and innovation, lowering financial and skills barriers There is a new imperative in Manufacturing of converting research results into practical solutions Last but not least, demand pull and technology push have to be combined to face globalization and new emerging markets for the Italian food. Food Safurity Conf , CNR EXPO
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