Sustainability and the secret ingredients to Denmark’s success

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The food industry in Denmark is renowned for ambitious sustainable goals. This episode gathers a top panel of Danish experts who describe how the sector is working collaboratively with government, business, academics along with some non-conventional partnerships to continue to raise the bar on sustainability.

Green technologies, resource efficiency, food waste, innovative business models, mainstreaming circular thinking, embedding sustainability across education and supporting consumer behaviour change are just some of the themes they tackle.

Join the discussion with Camilla Lercke Odgaard, Director, Head of Sustainability & ESG at Chr. Hansen; Rubin Dollerup Nielsen, Business Development Manager at Food at Food & Bio Cluster Denmark and Berit Chavez Azeri, Investment Manager, UK & Ireland at Invest in Denmark to explore the secret ingredients to the country’s sustainability success, the benefits to the local economy and what other countries can learn from the Danish approach.

About our panel

Rubin Dollerup Nielsen, Business Development Manager, Food at Food & Bio Cluster Denmark

Camilla Lercke Odgaard, Director, Head of Sustainability & ESG at Chr. Hansen

Berit Chavez Azeri, Investment Manager, UK & Ireland (covering Food, Life Sciences and Cleantech) at Invest in Denmark

Invest in Denmark: Part of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Invest in Denmark assists foreign companies that are looking to invest, set up or expand business or research activities in Denmark, all in full confidentiality and free of charge. It prioritises sustainable and knowledge intense investments that can help further develop local ecosystems and centres of excellence in Denmark.
Food ingredients and sustainable food production are focus areas for Invest in Denmark.

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