Events

Innovation and added value in food production throughout the country

A series of meetings is currently taking place following Matís' annual meeting to provide further insight into the company's operations, which provide support to various sectors and sectors of the economy.

On 14 May, a meeting was held to discuss the carbon footprint of demersal fish products and the adaptation of the fisheries sector to climate change. The meeting was well attended and brought together members from the University of Akureyri, the University of Iceland and the Association of Companies in the Fisheries Sector, as well as Matís staff to discuss the issue.

A recording of the meeting is available below:

On 18 May, parties in aquaculture were invited to a discussion on research and innovation for aquaculture for the future at an open morning meeting. A recording of the meeting can be seen below.

On 19 May, a meeting was held on the state of pelagic processing, its support today and the main challenges of the future in the industry. A recording of the meeting is available here:

On May 20, parties in vegetable growing were invited to a joint open meeting on the value chain of vegetables and various related materials. Extremely lively riots ensued at the end of the meeting. A recording of the meeting can be accessed here:

Next week, open meetings will be held on more aspects of Matís' operations, and efforts will continue to be made to include the views of related parties in the discussion. The agenda of the meeting series for next week together with further information about each meeting can be found below.

May 26 at 9:00: Meat production and meat processing - research and innovation

May 26 at 10:00: Dairy products now and in the future

May 27 at 9:00: Biotechnology and biomaterials

May 27: Sprouts and product development - Matís and Innovation Week bring their horses together - more information on the Matís website and on facebook soon!

A recording from Matís 2021's annual meeting can be accessed in its entirety below.

Innovation and added value in food production throughout the country.

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