34th EFFoST International Conference | Bridging high-tech, food-tech and health: Consumer-oriented innovations

Food & Health Digitalisation
12th November 2020, 11.00-12:30 CET

This session considered outputs from several EU- and otherwise-funded projects and is suitable for food scientist, engineers, and technologists, whether academia or industrial, as well as developers and those working consumer services. Whilst each of the projects consider different aspects of the wider food and health research landscapes, and their outputs are diverse in purpose, nonetheless they reflect a drive to make existing and emerging food, diet and health resources more readily findable, accessible and reusable. In achieving this goal, outputs such as those developed by these projects, for consumers including vulnerable populations (e.g. young people, pregnant women, older adults) or the industry (e.g. blue economy, app developers, diet and health services), will be more relevant and offer added-value for funding bodies as well as citizens.

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