International Solar Food Processing Conference (Phase III)

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The "Solar Food Processing & Conservation" project, launched by ISES four years ago, aimed to develop efficient methods of solar food processing and to extend the use of this technology (see Phase I and II). The focus of this third phase was an international conference of solar food processing, which took place in January 2009 in Indore, India. The conference (www.solarfood2009.org) provided an active exchange platform for members of the established network (Phase I, SEPS 1), facilitated to share experiences from all over the world, offered workshops with food, marketing and technology experts and fostered new cooperation between participants.

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