Unlocking Insights: MED-LINKS July 2022 Newsletter Launch

In the world of Mediterranean agriculture, where the intricate web of fruit and vegetable supply chains weaves together economies, livelihoods, and cultures, knowledge is the most potent asset. It is with this understanding that we are delighted to announce the launch of the July 2022 issue of the MED-LINKS Newsletter. This issue marks another significant step in our journey to enhance value creation and distribution in Mediterranean supply chains.


MED-LINKS stands for Data-enabled Business Models and Market Linkages Enhancing Value Creation and Distribution in Mediterranean Fruit and Vegetable Supply Chains. Our mission is simple yet profound: to facilitate knowledge sharing and collaboration among the diverse stakeholders of Mediterranean supply chains.

At its core, MED-LINKS aims to empower those who play key roles within the supply chain. Through training activities, we empower these individuals and organizations to capitalize on the project’s results, thereby contributing to the sustainable development of Mediterranean value chains. In essence, MED-LINKS is a platform for innovation, bringing together a consortium of institutions dedicated to addressing the unique challenges faced by the region.

Celebrating Collaboration

The strength of MED-LINKS lies in the collaboration between a diverse consortium of institutions from across the Mediterranean region. This collaborative spirit is at the heart of our efforts to overcome challenges and drive positive change in Mediterranean agriculture.

Our esteemed consortium members include:

– University of Bologna, Italy
– Romagna Tech S.C.p.A., Italy
– Università degli Studi di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale, Italy
– Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development, Egypt
– Isis for Food Industries LTD, Egypt
– Sekem Development Foundation, Egypt
– Institut Agronomique Méditerranéen de Montpellier, France
– Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
– International Hellenic University, Greece
– University of Cadi Ayyad, Morocco
– University of Moulay Ismail, Morocco

This consortium represents a rich tapestry of expertise and perspectives, each contributing to the project’s collective wisdom.

Inside the July 2022 Issue

Let’s take a sneak peek into the exciting content awaiting you in this newsletter:

1. IHU Collaboration on Business Models

2. Alternative Business Models for Short Supply Chains

 3. Evaluating Business Competitiveness

4. Role of Egyptian Partners

5. MED-LINKS at the Syal International Conference


Access the July 2022 Newsletter

Excited to explore these insights? You can download the latest newsletter directly. It’s your portal to the latest discoveries, updates, and breakthroughs in the world of Mediterranean fruit and vegetable supply chains.

In a world where knowledge is the currency of progress, MED-LINKS continues to light the way forward. Join us in our mission to create a brighter, more sustainable future for the Mediterranean region and beyond.