The European Commission has highlighted the importance of PROTEIN2FOOD’s contribution to a more sustainable world.
PROTEIN2FOOD partner Louis Bolk Institute tested novel plant protein products and meat substitutes to identify barriers and drivers of their acceptance.
Plant-based alternatives for milk products are growing in popularity as consumers increasingly replace cow’s milk in their diet for health or lifestyle reasons. PROTEIN2FOOD partner University College Cork examined 17 milk substitutes.
PROTEIN2FOOD partner Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) is looking for a postgraduate Junior Researcher.
The European Commission invited PROTEIN2FOOD to be part of the Bioeconomy Village at the info week on ‘Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 2’, the biggest EU research and innovation programme.
PROTEIN2FOOD partner Louis Bolk Institute from the Netherlands carried out a study, including 28 Dutch participants, to analyse their attitude towards the consumption of meat and their plant-based alternatives.