In Year 1, the Food Systems for Nutrition Innovation Lab (FSN-IL) and its consortium partners conducted a series of thematic scoping exercises. The overall intent of the scoping exercises and consultations was to:
- Generate a preliminary census (identifying and listing) of innovations relevant across the food systems
- Assess the technical viability, potential for scaling, and feasibility of such innovations in the real world
- Help prioritize ‘best bet’ innovations for possible funding under upcoming FSN-IL calls for research for development proposals.
The following is the Theme 1 Scoping Exercise Report for the fiscal year 2022.
Purdue University, 1890 Universities Foundation, The American Indian Higher Education Consortium, Helen Keller International, International Crops Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics, Michigan State University, The National Cooperative Business Association – CLUSA International, Tufts University, and Texas A&M University’s Borlaug Institute