A public university, established in 1991, the HUA Department of Nutrition & Dietetics offers graduate and postgraduate education and research programmes covering all aspects of human nutrition and clinical nutrition science.
TUM has 15 departments focusing on engineering, natural and life sciences as well as medicine, combined with economics and social sciences.
GS1 develops and maintains the most widely used supply chain standards system in the world, supporting efficiency and transparency to the supply chain across physical and digital channels in 25 sectors.
ScaleFocus is a core supplier of IT solutions, implementation and technology, building industry know-how, innovation, and R&D centres of excellence.
UoR Department of Food & Nutritional Sciences is the largest UK academic unit of its kind and is recognised internationally for the quality of its research.
ISEKI, established in 2005, focuses on education and training for members in food-related university institutions, research institutes, companies, and associations from 59 countries.
ILSI-Europe is the European branch of ILSI, a global non-profit foundation established in 1978 to advance the understanding of scientific issues related to nutrition, food safety, toxicology, risk assessment, and the environment. Ultimately, the goal of ILSI Europe is improvement of public health.
The guiding principle of BfR is identify risks – protect health and the Institute, set up in November 2002, to strengthen consumer health protection, is responsible for preparing expert reports and opinions on food and feed safety as well as on the safety of substances and products.
AUTH, the largest higher education institution in Greece and Southeastern Europe, and the Research unit Laboratory of Food Chemistry & Technology (LFCT, School of Chemistry) has considerable experience in agrifood products and food constituents, food chemistry, food technology, biotechnology, oenology and food analysis and quality control.
Fondazione Edmund Mach carries out research, scientific experiments, and education and training activities as well as providing technical assistance and consultancy services to companies with the aim of promoting cultural and socio-economic growth in the agricultural sector and developing the forestry and agro-alimentary systems.
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