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Nutritional intervention for healthy ageing: food patterns, behaviour, and products (NutriAct)


This third-party funded project is conducted in the framework of the BfR research programme on exposure estimation and assessment of biological risks.

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NutriAct means: Nutritional Intervention for Healthy Agring: Food Patterns, Behaviour, and Products.

The main purpose of the cluster is to generate new knowledge and practical solutions on Europe-wide and regional societal problems with the focus on nutrition by generating synergies through the exchange of knowledge and through newly established collaboration across the boundaries of disciplines, technologies, and institutions. The interdisciplinary structure of the cluster connects experimental, epidemiological and clinical nutrition research with behavioural science and social medicine and both, subsequently, with food technology and food production. Its ambitious aim is to transform research results on consumers’ food choices and its consequences into a substantial improvement of dietary intake of the adult population through both a behavioural strategy and new products.

The BfR is an associate partner in the NutriAct project consortium.


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