Our newsletter keeps you up to date on the latest developments in the field of sustainability in the agri-food sector. We will also keep you informed about interesting projects, training and courses. We publish our newsletter up to 4 times a year.
In December our colleague Marcelo Tyszler gave a presentation at the LEAP Conference 2020, on our study ‘Future-proof and sustainable healthy diets based on current eating patterns of adults in the Netherlands’.
Our colleagues Roline Broekema and Hans Blonk investigated together with a group of researchers what a future-proof and sustainable healthy diet could look like for the Netherlands. There findings are published in […]
A main challenge for food and beverage producing companies is to become ‘future-proof’ with respect to health, environmental and other sustainability concerns. Future-proof food and beverage products have a right balance between […]
Recently, the EAT-Lancet commission published a report on healthy and sustainable diets. In our studies we arrive at roughly the same conclusion. However, our research method was different, and actually more precise.
On the 1 and 2 November 2018 Wageningen Food & Biobased research will organise the conference ‘Science and Technology for Meat Analogues’ . During the conference the latest research findings and insights […]
One of the biggest global challenges we face is to make food production and consumption both healthier and more sustainable. Besides the growing world population, there is a shift in the composition […]
The challenge of making the global production and consumption of food more sustainable is becoming increasingly urgent. Optimisation techniques can help to obtain a greater understanding of how to improve diets on nutritional […]
The food system, from production to consumption and waste treatment, makes a big contribution (20–30%) to global greenhouse gas emissions and a big claim on scarce natural resources. By 2050 we will […]