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“No se recomienda lavar los alimentos con desinfectantes”
Eufic In The Media | 12 April 2020 | Alimente - El Confidencial

“No se recomienda lavar los alimentos con desinfectantes”

Coronavirus: Can we still live sustainably?
Eufic In The Media | 06 April 2020 | Deutsche Welle

Coronavirus: Can we still live sustainably?

Coronavirus and Nutrition: What to Eat and Don’t Eat While At Home
Eufic In The Media | 26 March 2020 | Πρώτο ΘΕΜΑ Online

Coronavirus and Nutrition: What to Eat and Don’t Eat While At Home

Esercizi a casa? I consigli per non farti male
Eufic In The Media | 24 March 2020 | Corriere dello Sport

Esercizi a casa? I consigli per non farti male

How to make nutrition science more accessible? Three top facts & tips for effective communication
News | 17 February 2020

How to make nutrition science more accessible? Three top facts & tips for effective communication

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.

Plant-based protein alternatives pave the way for sustainable food patterns
Press Releases | 29 January 2020

Plant-based protein alternatives pave the way for sustainable food patterns

The EU-funded PROTEIN2FOOD project, will present today their final results in the wider context of Europe’s protein transition at the conference: “Food for the future: Accelerating the protein transition”.

Superfood aus Deutschland
Eufic In The Media | 21 January 2020 | Focus Online

Superfood aus Deutschland

Fêtes de fin d’année: Les astuces pour conserver ses aliments
Eufic In The Media | 21 January 2020 | L'Union

Fêtes de fin d’année: Les astuces pour conserver ses aliments

Seeing images of vegetables can boost children’s intake – new eBooks launched to encourage children to eat their greens
Press Releases | 11 December 2019

Seeing images of vegetables can boost children’s intake – new eBooks launched to encourage children to eat their greens

A variety of new resources, based on the evidence that children who are exposed to pictures of vegetables are more likely to eat them, have been launched as part of the See & Eat project.