Foundation NethWork has invited private companies to join its Eat This! network and work together to connect horticulture to society.
The horticultural sector can greatly contribute to solving some of the urgent issues of today’s world: the access of sustainable, healthy food for all.
NethWork lets others tell that story and connects to journalists, creatives, thought leaders and film makers in order to make that happen.
A core group of horticultural companies now supports NethWork in her ambitions and will be involved in future NethWork activities and events for the next three years. NethWork aims to continuously expand this group and involve renowned international horticultural players as well. In this way Eat This! will continue to grow.
To welcome these contributors, NethWork organized an engaging, inspiring kick-off event on September 10, 2020, at Koppert Cress. The afternoon kick-off with an urgent call to action from Frank Viviano, award winning journalist and author of the NatGeo article ‘How a tiny country feeds the world‘.
Also architect Rem Koolhaas shared his thoughts in a video. In addition, you can download the presentations of Jasper Claus, Myrtille Danse and Joeri Jansen and watch the short video of Netherlands Food Partnership.
NethWork thanks the following contributors for their support and looks forward to expand its Eat This network together!
Koppert Biological Systems, Koppert Cress, BOM Group, Grodan, Klassmann-Deilmann, Hortilux Schreder, Lets Grow, Formflex Metazet, Plantenkwekerij Gitzels, Priva, Infinite Acres, Ridder, PATS Drones, Forever Plants, Herkuplast, Van Krimpen, World Horti Center, Brightlands, Tuinbouwjongeren Nederland.