European-Asian Network for the Development of Strategies to Enhance the Sustainable Use of Sea Buckthorn (EAN-SEABUCK)
As a research project partly funded by European Commission (EC) in 6th Framework Programme. Completed 2006.
Establish a network for trans-national technology and know-how transfer for a joint sustainable utilization of Sea Buckthorn in Europe, China, Russia and the New Independent States; improve and exchange knowledge between Europe and Asia in the field of Sea Buckthorn harvesting and processing; achieve a better product quality and safety which permits to reach international quality standards and thus make obtained products available for the European market; establish a long-term Sea Buckthorn industry in the targeted countries, supporting rural sector development; strengthen competitiveness of the European food industry in the use of bio-active compounds; support healthy nutrition in the Asian and European population; support anti-erosion measures by incentives to care of Sea Buckthorn plantations.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes training on Sea Buckthorn cultivation and harvesting technologies, processing technologies, product development with Sea Buckthorn, quality and safety management and marketing and commercialisation of Sea Buckthorn products.
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