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In 2022 we participated in various collaborative projects co-funded by the Basque Government and the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund 2021-2027 (ERDF), such as AIXIA (ZE-2022/00031), INSTORE (ZL-2022/00246), NOWASTE (ZL-2021/00717) and EROSKVIA (ZL-2022/00434), focused on the generation of a sustainable cognitive space in the Edge-to-Cloud Continuum, artificial intelligence in inventory management, new technologies for food waste reduction and recovery and digitalization in customer service.

In 2022 EROSKI participated in the project NEW CIRCULAR MODEL OF rPET FOR PACKAGING-Bottle4Flex funded by MCIN/AEI /10.13039/501100011033 and by the European Union NextGenerationEU/ PRTR


ToNoWaste is a 48-month project in which 21 institutions from 7 countries collaborate to overcome the challenge of sustainable food production and consumption with a multi-stakeholder and interdisciplinary approach that considers not only agronomic, economic, environmental and business model challenges, but also other cross-cutting aspects such as psychology, law and social innovation to fight also against gender and social inequalities. ToNoWaste will inspire market actors to use science- and evidence-based assessment tools and data to make better decisions towards more sustainable food production and consumption patterns. It starts from research on what makes the best decision regarding food waste prevention and reduction actions in the fresh food value chain. It is an open innovation ecosystem designed to leverage previous findings for the identification of social, technical/environmental, economic, political/legal, ethical and demographic drivers and to collaborate with ongoing R&D actions to propose comprehensive solutions.

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© 2022 ToNoWaste. Funded by the European Union under contract 101059849. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or European Research Executive Agency (REA). Neither the European Union nor REA can be held responsible for them.


InformPack is a project co-funded by EIT Food with European Union funds that explores the cross-cultural variations among consumers towards food packaging as related to product choice upon purchase and disposal patterns. The findings will be used to create actions, tools and strategies that will influence public behaviour and will present solutions to enable the transition to a more sustainable European food-packaging ecosystem.

The project started in 2022, will last for 3 years and comprises 6 partners: Aarhus University, VTT, BIOAZUL, MASPEX, the Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the University of Reading and EROSKI.


EROSKI S.COOP. has received support from HAZITEK Business R&D Support Programme, co-funded by the Basque Government and the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund 2021-2027 (ERDF), to execute the project EROSKIVIA, “Research and development of innovative Q&A and Lifelong Learning hybridization system for conversational assistants in the travel industry”.

Through this project, EROSKI S.COOP. together with the company BATURA have undertaken the research and development of an innovative backoffice information platform integrated in Whatsapp aimed at improving the customer information system. This R&D project provides a solution that is mature enough to validate it in a real environment prior to distribution.



Action co-funded by: Directorate of Quality and Food Industries of the Basque Government/Wood and Food Chain Digitalisation Aid Programme of the Basque Autonomous Community/Project 00056DIG2021-5-FOODATA


We took part in several joint projects co-financed by the Basque Government and the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund 2021-2070 (ERDF), such as Batera (ZL-2021/00569), Instore (ZL-2021/00655) , Retail + (ZL-2021/00717) and OnOff (ZL-2021/00574), focusing on alternative protein, artificial intelligence in inventory management, smart labeling and customer behavior study.


EROSKI participates in the project SISTERS, funded by the EU within the framework of Horizon 2020. SISTERS aims to reduce food loss and waste at the main stages of the food value chain in Europe through innovations targeted to each element of the value chain: new tools for primary producers to promote direct and short chain sales (farmers); new technological innovations in packaging for processors and retailers; and awareness campaigns for retailers and consumers on food loss and waste.

With the support of the European Commission, SISTERS will be a key EU project that will address the problem in a holistic manner, reducing food loss and waste by 27.4% and CO2 emissions by around 20% in the case studies. Within the project, EROSKI leads a work package on the impact of SISTERS innovations at the marketing stage, by demonstrating the advantages of innovative containers and packaging for wholesalers and retailers acceptance, creating guidelines on good practices and a seal of excellence for wholesalers and retailers.

The project started in November 2021, will last for 4 years and comprises 18 partners from 8 different European countries: AITIIP Centro Tecnológico (ES)-project coordinator, Agence BM-services (FR), Riberebro Integral S.A. (ES), PROEXPORT (ES), Munster Technological University (IE), Rebus Labs AG (CH), CARBIOLICE (FR), BIO-MI d.o.o (HR), ITC Packaging s.l. (ES), KTH Royal Institute of Technology (SE), Natureplast SAS (FR), EROSKI (ES), Fondazione Edmund Mach (IT), Laboratori Archa s.r.l. (IT), Enco Consulting s.r.l. (IT), INNOVARUM (ES), Safe Food Advocacy Europe A.S.B.L. (BE) and GAIA BioMaterials (SE).

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 101037796



The European agrifood innovation project RIS Straight to Market (RIS S2M) aims at helping small and medium-sized local companies, start-ups and scale-ups to bring to mainstream markets food products that are new or highly improved from a nutritional or sustainable point of view. The project has a strong market-oriented aim combined with a commitment to consumers.

It is an initiative co-funded by EIT Food, with the support of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology – EIT, a body of the European Union. EIT Food is Europe’s leading food innovation initiative, working to make the food system more sustainable, healthy and trusted.

The project, which will last for 8 months, involves the development by the company Jakion of a new tomato/Bolognese sauce that will contribute to improving the nutritional and health status of consumers by adding no added sugars and a minimum salt content, in order to reduce the pressure on the Spanish health system. This sauce will have a healthy component and will follow the trend of foods of vegetable origin and clean label (with no additives, preservatives or colourings). The result will be a new tomato sauce that will be much healthier for consumers as compared to those available in the market.


ZeroW is a 12-million-Euro EU project about systemic innovations for zero food waste, funded under the Green Deal Call of the Horizon 2020 Programme.

The project runs from 2022 to 2025 and is implemented in collaboration by 46 stakeholders from 17 countries.

ZeroW will provide credible solutions for significantly reducing FLW, involving all actors in the food system in a collaborative framework, to accelerate the just transition to a social, economic and environmentally sustainable food system for all.

The role of food systems in providing safe, nutritious and affordable foods for all citizens, including vulnerable groups, is embedded and considered in the ZeroW innovative demonstrative solutions.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme under grant agreement No 101036388.


FUSILLI is a Food and Natural Resources project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme. Over four years, FUSILLI will focus on supporting cities in their transition towards more sustainable food systems. To achieve this goal, FUSILLI combines the expertise of 34 partners from 13 countries, including cities, universities, SMEs, NGOs and industries.

FUSILLI’s core ambition is to overcome barriers for developing and implementing integrated, systemic food policies to support the transition towards sustainable food systems in urban, peri-urban and nearby rural areas. To achieve this goal, FUSILLI places 12 cities in a learning and knowledge sharing network to address the challenges of the food system transformation:

Each city will develop an open innovation ecosystem with the aim of implementing different innovative actions through all the stages of the food chain, including production and processing, distribution and logistics, consumption, food waste as well as governance.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 101000717.


FOODRUS is working to tackle food waste by creating resilient food systems across nine European regions. To achieve this, the project will test 23 circular solutions through diverse forms of collaborative innovation, including: technological (blockchain solutions to manage food loss and waste), social (educational materials and citizen science activities to promote sustainable consumption habits), organisational (last mile networks to foster local consumption and donation) and fiscal (new ‘Pay As You Throw’ schemes).

These innovative solutions will empower and engage all actors in local food systems, from farmers to end-consumers as well as everyone in between, to build a multi-actor alliance to tackle the challenge of food loss and waste.

The FOODRUS project comprises 27 partners from 10 different European countries and is coordinated by the University of Deusto.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101000617.