RETASTE: Rethink Food Resources, Losses, and Waste Third International Conference, Athens, Greece, September 27-29, 2023

RETASTE: Rethink Food Waste 2021

Book of Abstracts



Keynote speakers

Maria Loizidou

Professor, School of Chemical Engineering National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Gerasimos Lyberatos

Professor, School of Chemical Engineering National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Thrassyvoulos Manios

Professor, Hellenic Mediterranean University, Heraklion, Greece

Katia Lasaridi

Professor, Department of Geography, Harokopio University

Charis M. Galanakis

R&I Director, Galanakis Laboratories, Greece
Adjunct Professor, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia
Director, Food Waste Recovery Group, Austria

Alexia Macheras

Head of Communication and Sustainability, AB Vassilopoulos

Eleni Zika

Strategic Adviser, European Research Council Executive Agency

Clara Cicatiello

Assistant Professor, Department for Innovation in Biological Systems, Food and Forestry, University of Tuscia

Marta Gomez San Juan

Strategic project advisor on sustainable and circular bioeconomy, FAO

Alexander Theodoridis

Co-Founder, Chief Food Saving Warrior, Boroume

Christina Marouli

Associate Professor, Environmental Studies, Deree – American College of Greece; Monitoring expert, NEEMO EEIG

Constantinos Stathopoulos

Vice Dean of College of Food and Agriculture, Professor of Food Technology, United Arab Emirates University


Selected publications were published in the “RETASTE: Rethink Food Waste” Special Issue in SUSTAINABILITY (MDPI), which was guest edited by Prof. Dr. Thrassyvoulos Manios, Prof. Dr. Katia Lasaridi, Prof. Dr. Ioannis N. Daliakopoulos, and Dr. Christina Chroni.

Selected publications were published in the Special Issue “RETASTE – Rethinking food waste”, in Circular Economy and Sustainability, which was guest edited by Prof. Thrassyvoulos Manios, Prof. Katia Lasaridi, Prof. Kostadinos Abeliotis, and Dr. Ioannis Daliakopoulos.


The RETASTE 2020 Conference was organized under the auspices of the Green Fund that offered sponsored participation to 100 participants.