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Special topic portal on sustainable development of foods

Thursday 25 Feb 21

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Christine Nellemann
Director of Institute
National Food Institute
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A new special topic portal showcases the many ways in which the National Food Institute works to create sustainable technological solutions in the area of food.

Studies suggest that food consumption accounts for approximately 25% of the total climate impact per person. Reducing the climate and environmental impact of our diet requires new and gentler production methods that emit less CO2. In addition, consumers must change the composition of their diet.

The National Food Institute wants to make a difference by creating sustainable technological solutions. The industry must be able to utilize raw materials better in ways that are based on science, in order to avoid production waste and in order to utilize the production processes more efficiently. It also needs to be easier for consumers to choose high-quality sustainable food.

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Explore the National Food Institute’s special topic portal on sustainable development and read about the institute’s activities and research results in this field.

On the institute’s website you will also find special topic portals on antimicrobial resistance, risk-benefit assessments, chemical exposure, nutrition and dietary habits, risk assessments and disease-causing microorganisms. More topics will be added over time.

Please fill out this form if you would like to see other topics explained in greater detail on the website www.food.dtu.dk.

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17 APRIL 2021