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http://etp.ciaa.be. Consumer life goals re food. Be healthy for longer. Be free from Health Problems. Give Children a Good Start. Huge global issues in nutrition. 4bn people affected by malnutrition deserve the chance to develop physically & mentally to get more out of life.

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consumer life goals re food
Consumer life goals re food

Be healthy for longer

Be free from Health Problems

Give Children a Good Start

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Huge global issues in nutrition

4bn people affected by malnutrition deserve the chance to develop physically & mentally to get more out of life.

50% of world’s population have blood cholesterol that’s too high.

30% of world’s population have blood pressure that’s too high.

a vision for improving population health
A vision for improving population health

Target population for

food industries & public healthcare

Population numbers

Target population

for pharma industries

Unhealthy

Healthy

Green MR and van der Ouderaa F, Nature Pharmacogenomics - 2003

etp food for life vision
ETP Food for LifeVision

An effective integration of strategically-focussed, trans-national, concerted research in the nutritional-, food- and consumer sciences and food chain management will deliver innovative, novel and improved food products for, and to, national, regional and global markets in line with consumer needs and expectations.

These products, together with recommended changes in dietary regimes and lifestyles, will have a positive impact on public health and overall quality of life (‘adding life to years’).

Such targeted activities will support a successful and competitive pan-European agro-food industry having global business leadership securely based on economic growth, technology transfer, sustainable food production and consumer confidence.

european technology platform food for life
European Technology Platform Food for Life

Communication,

Training &

Technology Transfer

Food

Food &

Quality &

Health

Manu-

facturing

Food Safety

-

Food &

Sustainable

Consumer

Food Production

Food Chain Management

the key innovation challenges
The key innovation challenges
  • The development of this ETP has been driven by the activities of its eight Working Groups
  • To optimize the synergy of its internal interactions, the Stakeholders’ Strategic Research Agenda, SSRA, has been drafted according to the seven Key Challengesfor Innovationfacing the European agri-food sector
  • These Challenges map closely with the goals and deliverables of the individual Working Groups
healthy ageing goal
Healthy ageing: Goal

Add life to years

Well-being/

appearance

Age

food health
Food & Health

Delivering a healthy diet

Working group:

  • Prof Wim Saris, DMS & Univ Maastricht, NL (chair)
  • Dr Jacqueline Castenmiller, WCFS, NL (fascilitator)
  • Prof Nils-Georg Asp, LU, SE
  • Prof Robert-Jan Brummer, WCFS, NL
  • Dr Irene Corthesy, CRN, Nestlé, CH
  • Prof Hannelore Daniel, Techn Univ, München, D
  • Dr Gerd Hazer, Kraft, D
  • Dr Ian Johnson, IFR, Norwich, UK
  • Prof Bertold Koletzko, Univ München, D
  • Prof Ian Macdonald, Univ Nottingham,UK
  • Dr Gert Meijer, Unilever, NL
  • Dr Moïse Riboh, Danone, F
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Food & Health: priority research areas

INFANT

BRAIN FUNCTIONS

IMMUNE- & INTESTINAL

FUNCTIONS

life-stage

METABOLIC FUNCTIONS

ELDERLY

how did we work
How did we work?
  • TOWARDS A STRATEGIC RESEARCH AGENDA FOR FOOD, NUTRITION & HEALTH
      • 1. Please define research questions for each cell in the table.
      • 2. For each of the research questions, describe:
        • - (Knowledge) deliverables;
        • - When to reach these deliverables: 2010, 2015 or 2020;
        • - Bottlenecks to solve the research questions;
        • - The breakthrough potential on a scale from 1 to 5 (low to high potential)? This is about the potential of the research to contributing to breakthrough chances or opening up new horizons for application-inspired research.
how did we work 2
How did we work? 2
  • Table. Scientific targets
food health15
Food & Health

Delivering a healthy diet

  • Understanding brain function in relation to diet
  • Understanding dietary effects on immune and intestinal function
  • Understanding the link between diet and metabolic function (obesity and associated metabolic disorders)
  • Understanding consumer behaviour in relation to health and nutrition
goal 1 understanding brain function in relation to diet
Goal 1: Understanding brain function in relation to diet
  • Diet and cognitive functions
  • Brain conditioning
  • Mood and optimal performance
  • Prevention of cognitive decline
  • Food intake regulation and hunger/satiety
  • Nutrition and interorgan signalling - esp gut-central nervous system interaction
goal 2 understanding dietary effects on immune and intestinal function
Goal 2 Understanding dietary effects on immune and intestinal function
  • Modify systemic inflammatory activity by diet
  • Dietary factors that improve barrier functions
  • Biomarkers for intestinal health
  • Diet before and during pregnancy and lactation - immunefunction and allergy
  • Improved allergome database for foods
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Goal 3 Understanding the link between diet and metabolic function (obesity and associated metabolic disorders
  • Early biomarkers of metabolic syndrome
  • Individual variations in metabolic energy efficiency
  • Food components that regulate food intake and increase termogenesis
  • Intervention strategies
  • Counteract age-associated muscle wasting
  • Low-grade inflammation - obesity/insulin resistance/metabolic syndrome
  • Epigenetic events - chronic disease
  • Maternal and infant recommendations for opt health
  • Meal composition and size - energy uptake, satiety
goal 4 understanding consumer behaviour in relation to health and nutrition
Goal 4 Understanding consumer behaviour in relation to health and nutrition
  • Key determinants of food habits
  • Biological determinants in food choice
  • Methodology to understand and quantify determinants
  • Perception and determinants of ”healthy lifestyle”
  • Better tools for effective communication
  • Consumer knowledge - consumer understanding of health schemes, health claims, simplified labelling - and personalised nutrition based on nutrigenomics
horizontal activities
Horizontal Activities

The role of Horizontal Activities is to optimise the impact of the ETP

through:

  • Ensuring internal complementarity:

Minimising gaps or duplication across the SRA

  • Establishing effective links with nationally- and FP6- funded projects, and other ETPs

Maximising the effectiveness of European food chain science

  • Establishing the Mirror Group:

Effecting a dialogue with national funding bodies, policy makers and opinion formers, COST, EUREKA, ESF etc

  • Promoting the ETP:

Gaining the support of all European stakeholders

  • Organising national and regional consultations:

Ensuring that the SRA addresses the needs and opportunities of all of Europe

  • Developing Scenario StudiesRaising awareness of long-term challenges and opportunities for the food chain.