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Towards healthy and environmentally sustainable diets for European consumers

Towards healthy and environmentally sustainable diets for European consumers

On 8 January, Elly Mertens successfully defended her thesis ‘Towards healthy and environmentally sustainable diets for European consumers’ at Wageningen ...
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Combining different food textures can boost palatability

Combining different food textures can boost palatability

Combining different textures in one food product enhances palatability. This is the conclusion from the TiFN PhD project by scientist ...
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TiFN partner in two new projects

TiFN partner in two new projects

NWO announced to fund five cross-over proposals that bridge a broad range of top sectors and research agendas. TiFN is ...
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Symposium: Towards healthy and environmentally sustainable diets for European consumers

Symposium: Towards healthy and environmentally sustainable diets for European consumers

On January 8th, 2020 Elly Mertens will defend her PhD thesis “Towards healthy and environmentally sustainable diets for European consumers” ...
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“Accurately predicting consumer responses to sustainable packaging”

“Accurately predicting consumer responses to sustainable packaging”

Consumer beliefs about sustainable packaging differ significantly from the reality. Marketing and Consumer scientist, Dr Nigel Steenis, therefore suggests manufacturers ...
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TiFN Food Summit Personalised Nutrition

TiFN Food Summit Personalised Nutrition

TiFN is pleased to announce the Food Summit ‘Personalised Nutrition’: High Hopes from the Low Lands ‘. The summit will ...
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TiFN joins Delta Plan for Biodiversity Recovery

TiFN joins Delta Plan for Biodiversity Recovery

A broad coalition of knowledge institutes, agricultural representatives, companies, nature and environmental organizations and a bank join forces in the ...
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Sweet Tooth: nature or nurture?

Sweet Tooth: nature or nurture?

An important narrative in the societal discourse about foods is the idea that a high sweet taste of foods promotes ...
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