Plant protein structuring towards meat-analogues: new developments and challenges

by Ariette Matser, Senior researcher Food Processing Technology, Wageningen Food & Biobased Research

The high and increasing consumption of products from animal origin is one of the key factors causing current routes for food production to be insufficiently efficient to feed the growing, and more affluent world population. Meat production is inefficient with respect to the use of land, water and raw materials.

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Understanding consumer behaviour to enable healthy and sustainable food choices – Presented by Gertrude Zeinstra, Wageningen Food and Biobased Research

Gertrude Zeinstra

Understanding consumer behaviour to enable healthy and sustainable food choices – Presented by Gertrude Zeinstra, Wageningen Food and Biobased Research, at the Healthy Nutrition Conference, 27 June 2018, Brightlands Campus, Venlo, The Netherlands.

It is a great challenge to change consumers’ food choice behaviour. The presentation will provide an overview of different projects that have been executed among various target groups (children, elderly). The aim of these projects is to understand food choice behaviour as well as to develop and test strategies that help consumers move towards more healthy and sustainable food choices. Continue reading “Understanding consumer behaviour to enable healthy and sustainable food choices – Presented by Gertrude Zeinstra, Wageningen Food and Biobased Research”