Fostering Swiss food innovation

The Swiss Food & Nutrition Valley is a nationwide initiative and international campaign, to develop, strengthen, and promote the Swiss food ecosystem.

We address major challenges in food and nutrition by leveraging cutting-edge science and technology for a more sustainable future. 

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Farmy: Online Market for Fresh Organic Products
Farmy: Online Market for Fresh Organic Products

Farmy is an online shop for regional and organic products, delivering straight from farm to home.Zurich-based company, Farmy, is an online market that delivers regional and organic products directly from farm to home. It offers over 12,500 hand-picked organic products from more than 1,000...

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WEBINAR: Introduction to NTN InnoBooster for Swiss Food Ecosystems
WEBINAR: Introduction to NTN InnoBooster for Swiss Food Ecosystems

The China Agri-Food-Tech Bootcamp 2021 offers Swiss startups a unique opportunity to take a deep dive into the fast-growing Agri-Food space in China, gain insight into the specific IP / legal frameworks while connecting with potential partners and customers.

Organized by swissnex China and Innosuisse, this program will provide tailored support to participating startups via virtual workshops, exclusive pitch sessions to investors, IP & regulation consulting, as well as market research reporting, connecting them with investors, industry experts and potential partners, while maximizing their exposure to a broad audience in China. This program is offered free of charge to the selected startup attendees.

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Switzerland is a world reference in sustainable food and nutrition innovation.

A unique ecosystem has emerged from Geneva to Zurich, due to Switzerlands deeply rooted agricultural tradition, an unmatched density of world leading companies and scientific institutions as well as a large number of start-ups in areas such as food, nutrition, life sciences or robotics.