In an in-depth final report, the AlpBioEco team summarised the project journey and all the project outcomes. Thus, the final report includes not only information on the three value chains of apples, walnuts and herbs, as well as the business models developed in those value chains, but also many other highlights of the AlpBioEco project. Read the report here!
AlpBioEco publishes its final report
Save the date: AlpBioEco final public conference will take place on the 11 February 2021!
The “nut village Frümsen”, Switzerland: Interview with Hans Oppliger
Hay flowers from local rough meadows are turned into regional care products in Austria: Interview with Alexander Heller
Alexander Heller heads the family company HELFE, which produces natural body care products. HELFE was created in 1927 with the development of a cream – today, the product portfolio is much more extensive and plant extracts are also produced in-house. This also includes hay flower extracts, which connected Alexander Heller to the AlpBioEco project.
Herbs cultivation and hydrolates in Istria, Slovenia: Interview with Jana Bergant
Jana Bergant lives in Slovenia and cultivates local herbs. She uses them in cosmetics of her company "Bonistra". Jana Bergant was therefore an ideal partner for the local cooperation in Slovenia with AlpBioEco for the value chain of “herbs” – we spoke to her about herbs, hydrolates and her cooperation with AlpBioEco.