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Get to know our SMEs! COPOSA

COPOSA is one of the small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) involved with the PROTEIN2FOOD project. Here is a short interview with the Laura Palacios. 1) Tell us a bit about your business and the role you have in relation to the PROTEIN2FOOD project. COPOSA is a company founded in 1931, which began its activity producing and [...]


Get to know our SMEs! Novolyze

Novolyze is a Food Safety company. They offer solutions to help the food industry manufacture safer food, while ensuring strong compliance with international Food Safety & Quality standards. Their research mainly focuses on evaluating the inactivation of foodborne pathogens under different kinds of stress (heat, etc.). Based on this expertise, they have developed [...]


Registration is Open!

Register here WHAT TO EXPECT Food for the Future: Accelerating the Protein Transition is a one-day conference that will bring together stakeholders from across the food supply chain to showcase PROTEIN2FOOD final results, discuss the highlights and barriers of transitionig to more plant-based foods and the policy tools that are required. [...]


PROTEIN2FOOD Essay Wins the IFST Science Communication Competition

  The Institute of Food Science and Technology (IFST) held their inaugural Science Communication Competition in July 2019, which provided undergraduate and postgraudate students based in the UK the opporutnity to about the theme of this year’s IFST Spring Conference to develop their skills for science communication. Food and Health Intern at European Food Information [...]



Updates to PROTEIN2FOOD project with a focus on market research conducted by Unviersidad Politécnica de Madrid, highlight relevant events related to the EU protein transition, PROTEIN2FOOD in Action and amaranth recipes!



Updates to PROTEIN2FOOD project, focusing on new high-quality and quantity plant-based protein foods and beverages, as well as recipes and processes from the researchers at University College Cok (Ireland), Makarere University (Uganda) and Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina (Peru).


Protein Crop Corner

PROTEIN2FOOD works with some of the most promising future food crops that have the potential to help Europe transition to more sustainable proteins. Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) Quinoa Quinoa belongs to the Chenopodiacea family and is botanically related to sugar beets, spinach and ribs. Native to the Andean region of South America (Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile), [...]


Understanding the Market for Protein-rich Crops

Seed crops and grain legumes have traditionally been culturally and culinary important crops across many countries in Europe, think chickpea soup from Greece or roasted faba bean snacks from Italy! Yet, analyses from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) a partner in the PROTEIN2FOOD project, found that the production and consumption of these crops have [...]


Harvest Season in Copenhagen

The harvest season at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) started on the 30th July and is the final harvest of the five-year project, PROTEIN2FOOD. This year’s harvest at the farm, Højbakkegård, started with the legumes, which include winter fava beans, lentils, peas and lupins [...]