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Small Enterprise "SibFU-Normative" - KBBE.2011.2.5-01: Environmental sustainability in the European food and drink chain

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Date of filling in 30.11.2010
Organization name Small Enterprise "SibFU-Normative"
Organization adress 79 Svobodny Prospect, Krasnoyarsk, 660041
Department/Unit Standartization and Certification Dept.
Contact person Dr. Tatiana Anikienko, Prof.
Phone +7-905-976-16-16
Fax +7-391 2497-908
E-Mail Anikienko3@mail.ru

Web-site http://research.sfu-kras.ru/node/4658
Organization type
  • SME
Special Programme
Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology (KBBE)
Call identifier
Topic number KBBE.2011.2.5-01: Environmental sustainability in the European food and drink chain
Call Deadline 25.01.2011
Short description of the organization (max 12 lines): Enterprise is to develop Quality Management Systems (QMS) and technical specifications. The enterprise renders assistance to agricultural sector, food and processing industries. Its main objective is to assist in the development and implementation of QMS, and to employ the academic staff capacities in real practice.
Expertise offered Multipurpose use of forest resources (conifer needles) for the production of unique drink products. Research will focus on the key human body sustainability challenges, including the food production and supply chains and will develop an adequate and cheap technology to cope with them. The end products will follow the European environmental and food standards and the relevant comprehensive sustainability indicators will be developed for use in consumer education strategies by the project consortium. Studies of the variation in the environmental approaches of companies that produce similar products will provide evidence of the potential for improvements and reliable data on environmental impacts.
Scientific keywords drink products, conifer needles, timber processing products, aqueous extract, saloops.
Publications on the topic (other references)
  • Environmental, energetic, medical and biological properties of the artichoke: monograph, T. Anikienko and N. Tsuglenok // Krasnoyarsk University of Agriculture. 2008 – 214 p.
  • Impacts of artichoke-based green mass feeding on the cow and dairy products efficiency // Proceedings of the XI International Workshop, Novosibirsk, 25-27 June 2008 / Rosselhosakademia, Siberian Branch. – Novosibirsk, 2008. – Pp. 409-417.
  • Scientific and economic investigation in artichoke-based silage feeding // Veterinary and feeding. – 2008. – No.4. – Pp. 12-13.
  • Artichoke and its products efficiency in lactational cows feeding: scientific and practical reccomendations / T. Anikienko, N. Tsuglenok, V. Kalinikhin // Krasnoyarsk, 2008. – 31 pp.
  • Artichoke as a high-energy feeding plant // Provender milling – 2008. – No.12. – Pp. 25-27.
  • Grain quality and some conditions for its improving: tutorial / T/ Anikienko, O. Pozniakova, M. Yanova, V. Matyushev // Krasnoyarsk University of Agriculture, 2009. – 140 p.
  • Means of feeding diversification at the expense of high-energy feeding plants // Innovations in science and education: experience, challenges and development prospective: Proceedings of the All-Russian workshop with international participation, 2008. – Krasnoyarsk: Krasnoyarsk University of Agriculture, Collected articles. – 17 April 2008. – Pp. 178-181.
  • International Standards / Agro-Siberia, Krasnoyarsk, 2010. – No.44. – P.8-2.
  • Quality management system or requirements to the grains for feeding production // Agro-Siberia – Krasnoyarsk, 2010. – No. 48. – Pp.28-29.
  • Food supplements in products // First Regional Conference. Krasnoyarsk, 2010. – No. – P. 57-59.
Description of previous and present experience in International Cooperation Currently, a joint research schedule with the University of Hohenheim is co-developed, to investigate international standartization of forages in agriculture (Russian and German best practices), in DAAD program.
Previous participation in EU’s Framework Programme projects