On the 24th of November, EUFIC organised an online symposium: ‘Processed foods: how to communicate about what we (don’t) know?’.
The FOOD 2030 Platform is a platform that mobilises a wide variety of stakeholders at the level of cities, regions, countries and Europe to future-proof European food systems through research and innovation.
Food Navigator’s new panel of experts will hold a counseling role to the content production and editorial team, on topics ranging from regulation and food policy to consumer trends, markets, public health, sustainability and technical developments.
In a webinar hosted by the Nutrition Society, Dr. Milka Sokolović shared her best practices and tips to educate nutritionists and practitioners on the role of communication in science.
EUFIC's 2020 conference is driven by the ambition to help fill the knowledge and consensus gaps around the "whats" and "hows" of healthy and sustainable diets.
What do we think about processed foods? The University of Surrey and EUFIC join forces to conduct a study to track and evaluate the way processed food is discussed on Twitter.
Dr. Sophie Hieke, Head of Consumer Science at EUFIC, will present the findings of the latest studies on Free-From labels at Food Matters Live 2018, a unique event on the future of food and sustainable nutrition.