This infographic presents the results of EUFIC's consumer research study that aimed at examining how best to communicate to consumers about healthy and sustainable food.
“Tomatoes are very good for the cells” said a student after finishing the activity Food Imaginarium - learning about food with all senses at the elementary school CEIP Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo in Madrid this October.
On 20th May, the key results and recommendations of the EU-funded Strength2Food project were presented and the‘Sustainable Food Choices’ open online course was launched as part of the project.
EUFIC has updated its governance model, offering an even stronger backbone to serve its mission to inspire and empower healthier and more sustainable diets and lifestyles among European citizens.
Food safety is a top priority for the European Commission. The FoodSafety4EU project will develop and release a multi-stakeholder platform for the future European Food Safety System.
There remains a lot of conflicting communication about processed food, blurring the scientific facts, and making it difficult for consumers to make informed choices.
On February 25 the European Food Information Council (EUFIC) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) will co-host the Food Systems Dialogue "Walking the talk: healthy & sustainable food systems through aligned, evidence-based communication & policy’’.
On the 24th of November, EUFIC organised an online symposium: ‘Processed foods: how to communicate about what we (don’t) know?’.