10.02.2020 : Food Availability

Environmental Challenges like the Climate Change as well as growing Egoism in national Economies - as seen lately in the Corona crisis - will increase according to Prof.Dr.Hallier the gap between the rich and the poor: in individual economies and in the worldwide competition. Food Availability will become one of the social battlefields in the next decades.


As ERA-trainee Dr. Alina Pukhovskaya looked into buying habits in affluent countries versus increasing demand of poorer populations for EU-publication about Food Waste (See eBook). Later she expanded the topic and analyzed in her PhD research at CIRCLE International/Vitez University the case of the Mexican Food Bank (See Publication). According to Prof.Hallier this project should be enlarged by the Global Green University to further countries: also to be customized to other cultural habits/needs around the globe.

10.01.2020 : MEFOSA

MEFOSA from Beirut/Lebanon is the Middle East North Africa Food Safety Association. Permanently they inform by newsletters or webinars about actions how to improve food safety.


An example is the explanation of ISO 9001 and its potential action extension via ISO 22000 or ISO 17025 to go global or to interconnect with the own laboratory or accredited external systems or to measure impacts/benefits.

20.12.2019 : Blended Learning

Having been involved in the development of Tracing/Tracking and Good Agricultural Practices in the middle of the 90ies by EHI, Orgainvent and EUREPGAP/GLOBALGAP today Prof.Dr.B.Hallier is pushing those tools of applied sciences mainly by the Sites of the European Retail Academy.


"We need a world-wide interdisciplinary communication about the food-standards and standard-setters. Beside exchanges of staff, teachers and students we should use also the tool of Blended Learning for reasons of lower costs. One of those training-platforms has become the Site Thematic University Network(Food)" he stated at ANUGA 2019.

20.10.2019 : International Platform

90 percent of the 7590 exhibitors of ANUGA 2019 did come from 106 countries and even 75 percent of the 170.000 visitors had been from abroad (201 countries). Seeing the many booths and visiting experts from China Prof.Dr. Hallier stated that the revived Silk Road works already bi-polar between Asia and Europe!


Hallier pointed also to the fact that at ANUGA 2017 the Thematic University Network (Food) had been established which is a successful tool to penetrate joint standards for the Total Supply Chain globally. More about the TUN-network :


20.09.2019 : International Awareness

The SGGW/Warsaw University of Life Science starts the winter semester of 135 students from 21 countries by an awareness seminar for intercultural behaviour. For Prof.B.Hallier the adaptation to disruptive markets can be learned best by such international experience of different cultures. Among the SGGW-students is within a three-months ERASMUS exchange program the former ERA-trainee and today's PhD-candidate from Sofia/Bulgaria Nora Tineva.


SGGW is co-founder of the Thematic University Network (Food) which has been created at the ANUGA 2017 exhibition in Cologne/Germany.The program Erasmus began in 1987 and offers today the possibility of conducting mobility for students and teachers with a monthly funding (grant) within Universities in the European Union and beyond. Further on it also allows the opportunity of conducting traineeships under the same funding frame.

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