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Reformulation for Healthier Lives Through Food

Join our EIT Food North-West event in partnership with TU Dublin, to explore reformulation of food products to promote healthy eating for children.

Wed, April 24, 2024
TU Dublin, Grangegorman Campus, Grangegorman Lower D07 H6K8 Dublin 7 Ireland

We are partnering with TU Dublin to host a multi-stakeholder knowledge-sharing and networking event entitled, Reformulation for Healthier Lives Through Food. This event supports EIT Food's mission: promoting healthier lives through food. Connect with industry experts, policy makers, academia, and businesses from all over Ireland and explore how we can achieve a healthier food system on Thursday 24th November 2022!

Date and Location

  • Thursday 24th November 2022, starting at 11.00 am and finishing at 5:30 pm
  • Venue: TU Dublin, Grangegorman Campus, Grangegorman Lower D07 H6K8 Dublin 7 Ireland

Why attend this event?

  • Engage with an expert multi-stakeholder panel on food reformulation targeted to children and participate in a Q&A session
  • Discover game-changing start-ups and ask them questions about their reformulation and nutrition innovations to kickstart new collaborations
  • Ideate in teams’ solutions and opportunities within the food reformulation space
  • Join the networking break, and meet large companies, policy makers, academics, and start-ups

About the event

  • An impressive multi-stakeholder panel (including industry, academic, celebrity chefs and influencers), will be discussing and exploring the view of food reformulation, considering one of the factors that are forgotten in the debate: the middle point between food science and the marketplace that delivers a taste and an experience that tunes with consumers. Attendees are invited to join the discussion through a session of Q&A.
  • Networking sessions will also take place, allowing attendees to build relations with Startups working within this space and learn more about prominent solutions in the reformulation and nutrition intersection. Relevant start-ups will be provided with the opportunity to pitch their businesses and present areas for further collaboration. The aim is to highlight innovative technologies and food ingredients in the field of reformulation and promote networking with large companies and other stakeholders both for the start-ups and the audience.
  • Finally, an ideation activity will take place to explore potential solutions and opportunities for food reformulation targeted to children, aiming to develop ideas for innovative technologies, food ingredients, and processes; and/or to produce research ideas to test the consumer acceptance of reformulated products

If you have any questions about the event please contact Dr Paula Almiron at

Disclaimer: Unfortunately, due to space and workshop constraints, numbers will be limited. We will be aiming to ensure all stakeholders in the food system are represented so therefore not all registrations will be allocated a place on the workshop. Please register early and we will be in touch to confirm places.

About the event partner

TU Dublin is Ireland’s first technological university. The school of Culinary Arts & Food Technology aims to deliver world-class teaching and learning that will help shape the next generation of leaders in the food and drink sectors. With over 80 years in existence, they offer a range of innovative programmes both full-time and part-time from Higher Certificate, Ordinary, Honours, Masters and PhD research degrees.


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