Thor Ice Chilling Solutions, supplier of unique cooling solutions for food processing, is delighted to announce that it received a 2 million EUR Fast Track to Innovation (FTI) grant from the European Commission, part of its largest research and innovation programme Horizon 2020.
The grant is part of the Enhanced European Innovation Council pilot which provides funding for breakthrough, market-creating innovations across the European Union. It specifically funds innovations that have “potential to revolutionise existing or create entirely new markets”.
The grant is in high demand and receives a large number of applications each year. The application process is extensive and highly competitive, with applications being evaluated by a panel of external experts.
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The grant is for a 2-year project in collaboration with Matís – Icelandic Food and Biotech R&D, Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and two large poultry factories in France.
The project goal is to secure independent scientific and statistical analysis of the reduction of Campylobacter, accelerate marketing and sales efforts, and scale up Thor Ice production capacity.
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