Clusaga projects and activities
We live in a world that is moving very fast and where the demands of markets make it necessary to look for new ideas and formulas to go one step further. It is no longer enough to have a good product or to live in a privileged land. It is time to assume that only the constant movement and the constant pursuit of improvement will ensure the result we deserve. Made with love. With care. With quality. Made in Galicia.
Made in Galicia. Food Cluster of Galicia 2019
The European project Nutriage, of which the Food Cluster of Galicia (Clusaga) is a partner, is working on the generation of advanced research and innovation solutions to improve the quality of life of older people in the Atlantic area of the peninsula (Galicia and northern Portugal) and thus ensuring a healthy aging.
Alimentary Cluster of Galicia. Feeding a better life.
More info about the project: https://nutriage.eu/es/
Nutriage Project. Alimentary Cluster of Galicia. Feeding a better life
The Food Cluster puts technology at the service of gastronomy. Very special lenses allow you to see what you are seeing when tasting a menu … This is to know what a customer is set to adapt the offer to your tastes.
The food comes in through the eyes. The eyetracking
The Alimentario Cluster of Galicia presents the new neuromarketing tool called eyetraking available to its partners for the advanced study of consumers.
Introducing the new neuromarketing tool. Eyetracking
Exports from the Galician food sector increase by 15% according to data from the Galician Food Cluster, with the US and Chinese markets offering the highest growth prospects.
Exports of the Galician food sector increase by 15%
Partner testimonies Clusaga
Kiwi Atlántico was born in 1988 as a union of kiwiculturists from Galicia and Asturias. Their combination of efforts and ideas when it came to cultivation allowed the joint, uniform and committed marketing of the fruit to be of the highest quality. This is explained in this interview his manager, José Carlos Vila. In it, it also tells the experience of the entity as partners of the Galician Food Cluster (Clusaga).
Atlantic Kiwi Interview
Casa Grande de Xanceda is a family-run organic farm in the rural area of A Coruña, which takes care of about 400 happy cows, whose milk is made of high quality organic dairy products. Since its birth in 1968, it has been committed to responsible production of animals and the environment. His head of communication and marketing, Jessica Rey, tell us in this interview in which, in addition, explains his experience as partners of the Food Cluster of Galicia (Clusaga).
Interview with Casa Grande de Xanceda
Cafés Candelas is a family business based in Lugo with over 40 years of experience in the sector. In this interview, his manager, Ramón Alonso Álvarez, explains the journey and experience of this company as partners of the Galician Food Cluster (Clusaga).
Interview with Cafés Candelas
Cookies Daveiga came up with the aim of promoting development in the rural environment. Its general coordinator, Xosé Lois Lamazares, explains in this interview the trajectory of this company and its experience as partners of the Galician Food Cluster (Clusaga).
Interview with Daveiga
Meet in this interview the director of the Calvo plant in Carballo (A Coruña), José Miguel Rivero Martín, the origins of this Galician company and his experience as partners of the Food Cluster of Galicia (Clusaga).
Interview with Calvo
Granja Campomayor is a family business dedicated to the production and marketing of eggs that has already reached its fourth generation. In this interview with María García, its CEO, you can learn about her career and experience as partners of the Galician Food Cluster (Clusaga).