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Quality Information Services and Dietary Advice for Personalized Nutrition in Europe

Quality Information Services and Dietary Advice for Personalized Nutrition in Europe

To further develop and test a digital platform as a supporting basis for creating and delivering personalised nutrition (PN) services in Europe via a non-profit organisation with payable services/memberships to cover operational costs. Services are scientifically validated and designed for use by companies, healthcare services, researchers, and professionals wanting to provide consumers with improved personalised nutrition advice and services.

The work includes:

  • Programming the platform functionality with additional services (apps, diagnostics) with external business partners;
  • Proof of principle trial in two countries using an innovative App (eNutri) to deliver personalized food recommendations to consumers;
  • Implementing the full organisational and operational structure of Quisper including Scientific Advisory Board;
  • Active engagement of partners, suppliers and end-users.

Partners

The following partners are involved in the project

AGRIMETRICS
PEPSICO
QUADRAM
TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF MUNICH
UNIVERSITY OF READING

Project team

Paul Finglas
Institution

Quadram

Contact details

paul.finglas@quadram.ac.uk

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