CNTA. National Centre for Technology and Food Safety

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The National Centre for Technology and Food Safety (CNTA) is a non-profit organisation, created in 1981 on the initiative of the Industrial Association of Vegetable Preserves of the Ebro Valley, in order to contribute to the development and innovation of food companies and consequently, favour the sector's competitiveness.

CNTA has evolved in agreement with the sector's requirements and the demands of the agrifood market in order to cover any technological need of any sub-sector of the agrifood industry. Thus, the centre provides advanced technological services to companies and institutions that require external support to carry out technical functions, research and development, quality and food safety control, as well as training in agrifood-related matters. It is, therefore, the technology partner for the companies of the sector.

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