2105, 2019


Updates to PROTEIN2FOOD project, regarding protein extraction and processing led by the researchers at Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging (IVV). They have been busy developing new high-quality protein ingredients and finding more sustainable techniques for protein extraction.

901, 2019

Fifth newsletter

PROTEIN2FOOD aims to sustain human health, the environment, and biodiversity, with the creation of innovative, high quality, protein-rich food crops. Only crops with high protein quality and quantity are selected as potential important food crops in the EU.

3105, 2018

Fourth Newsletter

A word from the coordinator The beginning of 2018 was marked by the PROTEIN2FOOD 3rd annual meeting hosted by FRAUNHOFER-IVV in Freising, Germany from 28th February to 2nd March. The three-day meeting was an excellent opportunity for all the beneficiaries to once again exchange their most current research results with the whole consortium. The meeting included interesting flash-talks from [...]

412, 2017

Third Newsletter

PROTEIN2FOOD has received great visibility and recognition participating in the ‘Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 2’ info week, organised by the European Commission on 14-17 November 2017 in Brussels. The info week revolved around the Horizon 2020 work programme for 2018-2020, providing funding opportunities for research and innovation ...

1403, 2017

Second Newsletter

A few weeks ago, the scientific journal ‘Nature’ published an article on the mapping of the quinoa genome . I was thrilled about this breakthrough and to see how the scientific community has embraced this interesting crop and acknowledged its potential as a healthy and nutritious source . . .

2507, 2016

First Newsletter

I shall first take this opportunity to welcome you to the first issue of our PROTEIN2FOOD newsletter. There will be an issue twice a year bringing the latest updates on the project’s progress and activities. This first year has brought many exciting activities. We have hosted a number of local and international stakeholder workshops . . .