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Andean grains: Superfoods in the Kitchen

PROTEIN2FOOD publishes Spanish language cookbook The book Granos Andinos – Súper Alimentos en la Cocina (Andean grains - Superfoods in the Kitchen) is the conclusion of a long-term project between food scientists at National Agrarian University La Molina and Peruvian gastronomic specialists as well as renowned local [...]


PROTEIN2FOOD Animated Video

The PROTEIN2FOOD animated video introduces the project, demonstrates how the outcomes of the project are relevant for policy makers and aiming to bring the project to life by placing it in the wider context of the protein transition.


PROTEIN2FOOD Final Conference

Food for the Future: Accelerating the Protein Transition event was held at Les Ateliers des Tanneurs in Brussels on 29 January 2020. The event brought together approximately 100 attendees, representing a wide range of stakeholders from the media, policy makers to the industry. In the morning, keynote speaker, Nick Jacobs, Director of the International [...]


Amaranth Recipe Book

This recipe book was developed by students at the University of Copenhagen, a partner of PROTEIN2FOOD and the company Aarstiderne, with the aim of promoting the consumption of amaranth in Europe.  Introduction to Amaranth Amaranth Recipes



Updates to PROTEIN2FOOD project with a focus on Life Cycle Analysis conducted by IFEU, highlighting relevant events related to the EU protein transition, PROTEIN2FOOD in Action and amaranth recipes!


Cultivating quinoa in Romania

The cultivation of quinoa in Romania was introduced for the first time in March 2015, supported by SATEAN FUNDATIA, a non-profit organisation located in Braila, in the South-East of Romania, as part of the PROTEIN2FOOD project. SATEAN works as a business incubator and business innovation centre, where they support start-ups in the early stages [...]


Protein Crop Corner

PROTEIN2FOOD works with some of the most promising climate resilient and protein rich food crops that have the potential to help Europe transition to more sustainable proteins.