Europeana Food and Drink & Europeana Space

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A new member of E-Space BPN is another Europeana BPN: it is Europeana Food and Drink with which a cooperation agreement was just signed!

Europeana Food and Drink focuses on the subject of Europe’s food and drink’s culture, with a specific emphasis on 3 themes:

  • My Food and Drink Life – focusing on the personal and domestic aspects of food and drink;
  • Food and Drink in the Community – focusing on the social and community aspects of food and drink;
  • The Food and Drink Industry – focusing on the cultivation, manufacture, production and distribution of food and drink.

Europeana Food and Drink wants to learn from the food and drink how they might be interested in engaging more with their heritage.

Under the common umbrella of Europeana and with several partners in common, joining forces is always important in order to foster synergies between sister projects.

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http://foodanddrinkeurope.eu/

 

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