Valorisation of innovative bio-economical potentials along bio-based food & botanical extract value chains in the Alpine Space


  • Cooperation between AlpBioEco and Fruit Shop in the City of Sigmaringen, Germany

    AlpBioEco collaborates with "Andy's Früchte", a small fruit shop operated by Andrés Negreros Abril, located in the City of Sigmaringen. Through creative walnut recipes, consumers might become more attentive to the various processing possibilities, the health benefits and the bioeconomical value of regionally grown walnuts! The AlpBioEco Team has tested new walnut recipes with "Andy's Früchte" for you. Read more here.  

  • AlpBioEco Workshop: Co-creation of Sustainable Walnut Value Chain Designs for the Alpine Region at Sigmaringen, Germany

    On Friday, 08.11.2019 an AlpBioEco Open Innovation Workshop took place at the Innovation and Technology Centre (ITZ, Innocamp) in the City of Sigmaringen, Germany. About 20 participants with different professional backgrounds developed sustainable value chain designs for new walnut products in the Alpine region. 

  • AlpBioEco Workshop at "vom Fass AG" at Waldburg, Germany, took place successfully

    On the 11th of october 2019 an AlpBioEco Open Innovation Workshop at "Vom Fass AG" at Waldburg near Ravensburg in Germany took place successfully. It was organized and executed by the AlpBioEco project partners "Albstadt-Sigmaringen University", "BUND Regionalverband Bodensee-Oberschwaben" and "Management Centre Innsbruck (MCI)". 

  • New AlpBioEco Image Video on Youtube!

    AlpBioEco now has its own Youtube-Channel with a brand new image video! The image video shows what we do in the research and innovation project AlpBioEco. A big thanks to the film team and all involved project partners for the co-creation of the short image video! Watch it and if you like it, please click on the "thumbs up"-button and share it in your social network! :)

  • Learn more about us: Interview with AlpBioEco Project Partner "Envipark", Italy

    The Environment Park (Envipark SpA) is a public corporation located in Turin, Italy. It covers 30.000 square meters with 70 companies in the areas of Green Building, Plasma Nano-Tech, Green Chemistry, Advanced Energy and Clean Tech. Read our short interview with Barbara La Licata, specialist in the Green Chemistry sector at Envipark!