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Eating insects may seem unusual to some, but with approximately two billion people already consuming them across the world (1), should we expect to see more insects on European supermarket shelves soon?
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Given the huge increase in interest around nutritional approaches tailored to individual characteristics and behaviours, targeted nutrition is concerned with supporting the reduction in both prevalence and relative risk of malnutrition,…
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Could the solution to a healthier, more accessible, and sustainable food system be right under our feet? Here we explore the world of microbes and their potential to offer food system solutions.
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The Future of Food Conference 2022 will explore how agrifood innovation can enable and accelerate the decarbonisation of the EU’s food system. Here we highlight some of the key challenges and solutions that will be discussed at the…
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Novel foods could help to create healthier and more sustainable diets. Here we spotlight four examples of foods predicted to disrupt the European food industry and become important ingredients of the future.
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The EIT Food Trust Report 2021 reveals how much trust European consumers have in the food system. Here we highlight the key findings from the report, and spotlight examples of ‘Transparency Trailblazers’ who are innovating to create total…
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As we look ahead to accelerate the transformation of the food system, EIT Food has combined expert insights and analysis to highlight the top 5 European food trends in 2022...
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The EIT Food FutureFoodMakers have launched their manifesto for the food system, the Menu for Change. Find out more about their calls to action for European food sector stakeholders.
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Innovation is vital as we work to transform our food system, but we must ensure no one is left behind. How does inclusive systems innovation enable everyone to become involved and benefit?