All projects, regions and functional areas have dedicated pages on the EIT Food website and we are more than happy to give you editing access and assist you in the process. With thousands of visitors coming to our website every day, these pages benefit from the overall success of the website.



Before uploading anything to the EIT Food website, please remember that large images slow down web pages. Please always use a .PNG photo format and compress images to under 100 KB or less before uploading to the EIT Food website.


I am in a functional area team, where should I start?


If you are a functional area colleague and have an update about your work, you can submit content to the ‘News and Updates’ section of the EIT Food website. This area is designed to showcase everything happening in our community, both directly related to EIT Food and our partners, as well as news relating to food innovation and sustainability throughout Europe. 


To request access to be able to submit content, email communication@eitfood.eu and someone from the core communications team will get back to you.


For more advice about submitting content, go to: How to submit a news article.


I am in a regional team, where should I start?

If you are in one of the five regional teams, there is already a microsite for your area:



Each microsite includes news and updates from that region and new content is always welcome. 


To request access to be able to submit content, email communication@eitfood.eu and someone from the core communications team will get back to you.


I am an EIT Food project partner, where should I start?


If you are an EIT Food project partner, you have a dedicated project page on the EIT Food website that you can update. Request access here.


Once you have access you can update it whenever you have news. To see a good example of a project page, go to: Global Food Venture Programme 2020 or go to: The Regenerative Agriculture Revolution.


You may also want to create a project page on your own organisation's website, to explain the partnership with EIT Food. To see a good example of a partner website, go to: Institute for Food Nutrition and Health.


Please remember to use the Brand Guidelines and refer to the Partner Project Brand Guidelines